He jinked through the dog-leg like a rugby league winger, and sped onto the broad cobbled way his Nan still referred to as Fitzgeorge Street. He took the first right fork uphill, not slowing until he reached the exit at the side of the Mayflower pub. Pausing only to stuff the briefcase up the front of his jacket, he stepped out onto the pavement on Rochdale Road.
To the right, he could just make out the communication mast of Collyhurst Police Station, less than half a mile away. He hurried across the road, and jogged by the side of the Youth Centre, past the impressive mural on the outside wall that he had helped to create. He slowed crossing Teignmouth Street, and entered Ryder Street, briefly disturbing an ancient German shepherd and a mangy sheepdog in one of the back yards, before disappearing like a phantom into the maze of maisonettes and three storey flats.
The sound of the alarm ceased as suddenly as it had begun. The lights flashed despairingly for several seconds, and gave up. Only then was it possible to hear the feeble tapping inside the car boot. A long-eared owl, attracted by the sound, perched on the fence beside the car.
With three dimensional hearing it was acutely, if indifferently, aware of the futility of the struggle within. The owl sat there for a full five minutes, his head rotating from time to time through three hundred and sixty degrees. He listened as the sounds became weaker, and finally stopped. Scanning the horizon one last time, he ruffled his feathers, spread his wings, and soared imperiously away, leaving the arches to the bats, the silence, and the night. Website : www. Christmas approaches as a killer haunts the streets of Manchester.
This is his reckoning. DCI Tom Caton and forensic profiler Kate Webb follow the trail from the old mass cholera graves, through the penthouse opulence of the canalside apartment blocks and The Gay Village, to the Victorian grandeur of the Town Hall.
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DCI Tom Caton is not short of suspects. But if this is a simple mugging gone wrong then why is MI5 ransacking Standing's apartment, and disrupting the investigation? And why are the widow and her son taking the news so calmly? Something is rotten in the corridors of power.
And the killer is poised to strike again. Twelve bodies, no motive, the hunt is on. A lorry full of illegal Chinese immigrants arrives in Hull. Twenty four hours later their bodies are discovered close to the M62 motorway. Two young men man and a girl are missing, and their lives are at risk. But he knows that the solution is closer to home in Manchester's Chinatown An excellent example of the genre. A successful barrister, a wrongful accusation, a mysterious disappearance.
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It's the last thing Rob Thornton - up and coming Manchester barrister - expects; an early morning knock on the door, arrested for rape. When his mysterious accuser Anjelita Covas disappears he sets out to find her in London's criminal underworld and then back in Manchester. A series of rhyming messages arrive each of them signalling a murder. In tunnels, deep beneath the city lies a heart of darkness, where Rob most confront his nemesis, and make the hardest decision of his life. The tempo was fast and action-packed with plenty of unepected twists. DCI Tom Caton's world is rocked when he learns of a son by a former lover.
The victims appear to have addiction in common. Suspects include a prmiership footballer, a barrister, and just about everyone at the Oasis Rehabilitation Clinic in leafy Cheshire. An intelligent, fastpaced, gripping story, set in the North West of England - a place Bill Rogers knows and captures so well. Nice ebook you must read is Bluebell Hollow. We are sure you will love the Bluebell Hollow. You can download it to your smartphone in easy steps. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device.
Happy reading Bluebell Hollow Book everyone. This Book have some digital formats such us : paperbook, ebook, kindle,epub, and another formats. This is one of the better books in the Tom Caton series. We don't have to read pages of crazy rants because Rogers refrains from exposing the reader to the killer's mind and only deals with the forens This is the fifth book in the series that I have read and the editing of the Kindle version has got no better. In addition to the dreadful punctuation, spelling mistakes and words in a sentence in the I could not put it down.
It is intriguing to know how hard it is for the police to find the killers. Who is this man? Why was he killed? As Blizzard and his team investigate, they begin to uncover a cruel crime and a promise of revenge that goes back generations. Meet DI Hillary Greene, a police woman fighting to save her career.
Not only has she lost her husband, but his actions have put her under investigation for corruption. Then a bashed and broken body is found floating in the Oxford Canal. It looks like the victim fell off a boat, but Hillary is not so sure. Her investigation exposes a dark background to the death. Can Hillary clear her name and get to the bottom of a fiendish conspiracy on the water? He stands in the shadows.
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