Spaghetti Junction (Spaghetti Junction (A Napoleon Clancy Book, Vol. 1), #1) [NOOK Book]

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SPAGHETTI JUNCTION,  A NAPOLEON CLANCY BOOK, VOL. 1

It's two men against a world of criminality

They're Batman and Robin without the masks, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza minus the windmills, Holmes and Watson with not a clue in sight. Meet Napoleon 'Nappy' Clancy - ex Birmingham bobbie and Cleveland cop, now a private detective trying to make ends meet - along with his 'sidekick', ex- Dublin guard Barry ...

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Spaghetti Junction (Spaghetti Junction (A Napoleon Clancy Book, Vol. 1), #1)

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Overview

SPAGHETTI JUNCTION,  A NAPOLEON CLANCY BOOK, VOL. 1

It's two men against a world of criminality

They're Batman and Robin without the masks, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza minus the windmills, Holmes and Watson with not a clue in sight. Meet Napoleon 'Nappy' Clancy - ex Birmingham bobbie and Cleveland cop, now a private detective trying to make ends meet - along with his 'sidekick', ex- Dublin guard Barry Fanning.

After months of inactivity and in need of  cash to pay credit card bills and alimony for his kids in America, Clancy gets a phone call from a beautiful blonde, Clare Jameson, who needs someone to find her missing boyfriend, Greg Diamond, manager of a city centre nightclub. Clancy is up for the job, naturally. We follow him and the reluctant-to-get-involved Fanning as they enter the Birmingham underworld, full of dangerous people with dangerous intentions, until the trail leads the two private eyes to London and a strip club which holds a dark secret.

Will Clancy and Fanning solve the case and raise their reputations as private  detectives?

'Spaghetti Junction' is a black comedy/crime thriller, and the first volume in a series of  Napoleon Clancy books.

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Meet the Author

James Dargan was born in Birmingham, England, in 1974. Coming from an Irish background, he frequently writes about that experience. As well as England, he has also lived in the United States, Ireland, and - for the best part of fifteen years - in Warsaw, Poland, his home from home from home.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2014

    Not good

    Redundant, predictable, lame. Not good. But it was free, and I did read it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2014

    Sorry

    I tried to read this, but I just couldn't read passed the first chapter. Found it to be very boring.

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