Author proceeds from this book will go to 2 charities. Msizi Africa and Come Ride with me.
Detective Inspector Ian Carragher leads a simple life. He loves unhealthy food, drinking, football and his wife. However he can barely look after himself, so when a series of gruesome murders occurs across London he has to find the culprit. However he finds out more about himself. More
All proceeds I receive from this book will go to 2 charities. 'Msizi Africa' and 'Come Ride With Me.' The links to those charities are included in the book.
Detective Inspector Ian Carragher is a man of simple needs. He loves unhealthy food, drinking, football and his wife. However he struggles to show the last one, whilst over-doing all of the others.
At work he tries to act professionally but his childish jokes and sometimes unprofessional manner does not adhere him to the higher echelons of the police force.
When there is a series of murders in London which seemingly spread across the country its his chance to show his bosses what he is capable of. However along the way he also finds out whats really important in his life which beats any kudos he gleans from the Chief Inspector.
on Aug. 21, 2014 :
The story is good and the characters are interesting to say the least. But the editing is bad enough to detract from the pleasure. The main character is weird, chaotic and on the edge of being incompetent but still the story kept me reading.
on Nov. 18, 2011 :
Fast paced, chilling yet very funny & entertaining for the commute on the train - thoroughly enjoyed this little nugget of London-based fiction.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
on Oct. 18, 2011 :
First book I've read by this author and glad I chose it. Real feeling that puts you in the heart of the content and can relate to the characters, great twist and nice read!
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
on Oct. 6, 2011 :
Well-written novel with the pace and entertaining style in the vein of Clive Cussler -- though with a decidedly more realistic and believable protagonist. Thoroughly enjoyed it!