Author: Ian D. Hall
Published: 3rd June, 2020
Publisher: Beaten Track
ISBN: Paperback: 978 1 78645 425 6
eBook: 978 1 78645 426 3
Length: 69,000 words (approx.)
Genre: Crime, Thrillers and Mystery, Literary
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About the Book:Where do people go when they leave your side? You might think of them occasionally, remember words spoken under the cover of friendship, but once lost, once they leave you in the darkness, all that remains is a whispered memory slowly fading in time.
The island of Malta and the unnamed detective returns, still haunted by the death of his friend, the havoc caused by the sinister drug smuggler, his own fall from grace and the slow rebuilding and reform of his life. Into that life falls a man to whom time has also not been kind, his existence in turmoil when he makes a connection with the past that someone would rather he had forgotten. Accused of murder, the man’s only hope is the detective in a case that has roots in the USA, England and France, and for which the citizens of Malta could pay the ultimate price.
About the Author:
Having been found on a 'Co-op' shelf in Stirchley, Birmingham by a Cornish woman and a man of dubious footballing taste, Ian grew up in neighbouring Selly Park and Bicester in Oxfordshire. After travelling far and wide, he now considers Liverpool to be his home. Ian was educated at Moor Green School, Bicester Senior School, and the University of Liverpool, where he gained a 2:1 (BA Hons) in English Literature. He now reviews and publishes daily on the music, theatre and culture within... Read More
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