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The WAG and The Scoundrel (Gray Fisher #1)
 
The WAG and The Scoundrel (Gray Fisher #1) Cover
Language: English
Published: 22nd September, 2016
Publisher: Beaten Track
ISBN: Paperback: 978-1-78645-071-5
eBook: 978-1-78645-072-2
ASIN: B01L7EZY8U
Category: Fiction
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Information: Published: 22nd September, 2016 Length: 87,000 words (310 pages) approx Three years after the death of his civil partner, DCI Gray Fisher is finally ready to make the break from the police. For too long, he has used his work as a means of survival;... [Detailed Info]
 
About the Author:
Debbie McGowan is an award-winning author of contemporary fiction that celebrates life, love and relationships in all their diversity. Since the publication in 2004 of her debut novel, Champagne - based on a stage show co-written and co-produced with her husband - she has published a further thirty-five works (twenty novels, fifteen short stories and novellas). She is the author of two ongoing series: Hiding Behind The Couch (a literary 'soap opera' centring on the lives of nine long-term... Read More
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Published: 22nd September, 2016
Length: 87,000 words (310 pages) approx

Three years after the death of his civil partner, DCI Gray Fisher is finally ready to make the break from the police. For too long, he has used his work as a means of survival; now, he's looking forward to a nice, quiet life in academia.

Investment banker Will Richards is a walking, talking contradiction. With his love of surfing and his farmhouse menagerie of rescue animals, he's far removed from Gray's idea of the perfect man, but that's 'not a problem'. Gray wants nothing more than friendship, and Will seems happy to accept that. After all, with his mum's illness and resigning from his job, he's got enough on his plate already.

Assuming, of course, he's telling the truth.

When former colleague, Rob Simpson-Stone, asks for Gray's help with a case of a destitute banker who faked his own death, Gray is understandably reluctant to get involved...until Rob reveals the identity of one of the suspects.