By James Craig
The ninth in the thrilling Inspector Carlyle crime series set in the heart of London's West End, taking in all the memorable places like Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus and the British Museum.
In and out of prison for over 40 years, Seymour Eriksson is officially 'London's most unsuccessful criminal.' So why can't Carlyle keep him off the streets for more than five minutes - and how can he stop hack Bernie Gilmore naming and shaming him in his tabloid rag?
Worried about his own personal profile, Carlyle is slow to notice several alarming cases involving missing schoolgirls. So can he get his act together and start solving crimes before Bernie brands him publicly as 'London's most unsuccessful cop'?
Praise for James Craig:
'A cracking read' BBC Radio 4
'Fast paced and very easy to get quickly lost in' Lovereading.com
James Craig was born in Scotland but moved down South early on in his life. Like his protagonist he lives in central London with his wife and daughter. He supports Liverpool FC.
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06 Aug 2015
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