A break in, a robbery and a hideous murder at a local primary school.
This is a vicious and unusual event in the dreary mill town of Telbury where Detective Inspector Marcus Harrison finds himself after transferring against his will from the big city. At least now he has a case to get his teeth into that will take his mind off his own troubles.
But is it such a simple case?
Surely these events are related, aren’t they?
With such an unpopular victim, suspiciously behaving staff, blackmail, corruption and vice all being uncovered, finding the murderer may be trickier than he thought.
If working through these issues wasn’t enough, the discovery of a second body throws all reasoning out of the window.
Only with help from an unexpected source can DI Harrison bring the killer to justice.
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About the Author
Since retiring as a teacher a few years ago Frank has completed two creative writing courses with the Open College of Arts, become involved with a local writing group and attended script-writing courses at a local theatre. He has had several pieces published. A short story in Carillon Magazine, a piece about the Huddersfield Canal in Yorkshire History Quarterly and an article about local rail transport in The Huddersfield Examiner. He also won a poetry competition organised by Huddersfield College. He has had two short scripts performed at Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield, and helped adapt the Victorian novel ‘Ben O‘ Bill’s’ by D. F. E. Sykes into a five-part serial for ‘Two Valley’s Radio’. He also writes theatre reviews for a website called Remote Goat.