Heap and Jones, Volume 1

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Fiction - 292 pages
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Heap & Jones is a comedy crime caper like no other. In the new Millenium, crime in Britain is soaring out of control, so much so, that the divisional police force is struggling to cope with the relentless task of solving crime that is being committed on the streets of Britain and capturing these criminals, who are dedicated in committing these mindless acts. Chief Superintendent Jenkins, Divisional head of the Northern Province of London enlists the help of a psychic investigator, Mr. Jones and assigns him to work with Detective Inspector Heap. With opposing beliefs constantly hampering the two men from working in harmony as Mr. Jones is a self styled new age psychic guru, where as Detective Inspector Heap is a strong believer in his religious faith and a true upholder of the law. The two set out to solve the mystery with hilarious consequences.

Their trail leads them chasing a powerful dark angel who uses men by rewarding them by fulfilling their earthly desires, in return, she uses their failings to seek power and glory in a media ruled world.

Heap's old school of thought intertwines with Jones's unconventional and esoteric way of thinking to solve the mystery once and for all, or have they? Unbeknownst to Mr. Jones, Detective Inspector Heap is no stranger to the secretive, shadowy world of the mysterious. His mission to decipher the case is not the only mystery he has to solve.

 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
11
Chapter Three
25
Chapter Four
33
Chapter Five
45
Chapter Six
55
Chapter Seven
69
Chapter Twelve
149
Chapter Thirteen
163
Chapter Fourteen
181
Chapter Fifteen
197
Chapter Sixteen
217
Chapter Seventeen
237
Chapter Eighteen
259
Chapter Nineteen
269

Chapter Eight
81
Chapter Nine
97
Chapter Ten
117
Chapter Eleven
131
Chapter Twenty
285
Authors Biography
291
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