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The Hollow Man (A Nick Belsey Novel) ebok

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'A twisting spiral of lies and corruption' Val McDermid From the hilltop he could see London, stretched towards the hills of Kent and Surrey. The sky was beginning to pale at the edges. The city itself looked numb as a rough sleeper; Camden and then the West End, the Square Mile. His watch was missing. He searched his pockets, found a bloodstained serviette and a promotional leaflet for a spiritual retreat, but no keys, phone or police badge. Detective Nick Belsey needs help. Something happe…

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Forfattere Oliver Harris (forfatter)
Forlag Abacus
Utgitt 1 august 2019
Sjanger Krim
Språk English
Format epub
DRM-beskyttelse LCP
ISBN 9780349143781
'A twisting spiral of lies and corruption' Val McDermid From the hilltop he could see London, stretched towards the hills of Kent and Surrey. The sky was beginning to pale at the edges. The city itself looked numb as a rough sleeper; Camden and then the West End, the Square Mile. His watch was missing. He searched his pockets, found a bloodstained serviette and a promotional leaflet for a spiritual retreat, but no keys, phone or police badge. Detective Nick Belsey needs help. Something happened last night - something with the boss's wife - and Belsey needs to get out of London, and away from the debt and the drink and the deceit. Collecting his belongings back at Hampstead CID on what should be the last day of his career, Belsey sees a missing person's report. But this one's different; this is on The Bishop's Avenue, one of the most expensive streets in the city. Belsey sees a chance for a new life. But someone else got there first. Praise for A Hollow Man '[Belsey has] got to be London's coolest cop... Harris has plundered London's underworld for his richly plotted and unusual detective series... It's heady stuff' Daily Mail 'Thrills, spills and fine writing' Telegraph