Newly promoted Detective Inspector Stewart White starts off his career in Leeds with a seemingly random assortment of crimes. A rest area murder. A pub brawl. A missing person. As the deadly crime spree escalates, White receives a chilling call from a Florida sheriff. A psychotic Special Forces veteran, Robert Cleghorn, has murdered his brother, assumed his identityaand is believed to be looking for his brotheras vacationing wife in England. Expertly trained to eliminate potential threats to his mission while covering his tracks, Cleghorn quickly proves to be just as elusive as his sister-in-law. Can D.I. White and his newly assigned police team find Stephanie Cleghorn before Robert does? aAn action-packed novel that murder-mystery lovers will enjoy.a a Literary RaR aWonderful thriller that is hard to put down, with the action moving at a fast pace. Good characters and a good story make for a great read!a aMysteries, Etc. aThe sharpest murder weapons in Damaged Goods are the authoras words, which slice through deftly-built tension with such precision that the reader is left gasping as if a true crime had materialized beyond the pages.a a Jennifer Leeper, author, Padre: The Narrowing Path aEverett and Coles weave a fascinating crime thriller that spans between the U.S to the U.K. Never predictable, the twists and turns leads to a surprising and satisfying end. A real page turner!a a Steve Bellinger, author, The ChronocarThe second incident occurred the same night. Both reports mention a red Vauxhall Insignia.a aOuch! I missed that. And the red hair. Is it within our remit?a a Motorway patrol answered the call from the service area which is well within our patch.
|Author||:||Jack Everett, David Coles|
|Publisher||:||BRP Publishing Group - 2014-11-30|