It's always dangerous when you know too much . . .
When the body of a journalist is found in the back of a garbage truck, Inspector Carlyle is thrown into the middle of a scandal that threatens to expose corrupt links between the police, parliament, and a hugely powerful media mogul.
In his search for the killer, Carlyle goes head-to-head with his nemesis, Trevor Miller—a policeman-turned-security adviser to the Prime Minister. Miller has dirty money in his pockets and blood on his hands. And he would do anything to get rid of John Carlyle . . .
About the Author
James Craig has worked in London as a journalist and as a consultant for almost thirty years. He lives in Covent Garden with his wife and daughter.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Lot's of murder and mayhem involve high level politicians, society's elite, tabloid reporters, and Inspector Carlyle. Good people die, corruption is uprooted, criminals get what they deserve. And in good mystery fashion everything is wrapped at the end.
You can skip a lot and not miss anything.