Life on Mars: Borstal Slags

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HarperCollins UK, Mar 14, 2013 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Time to leap into the Cortina as Sam Tyler and Gene Hunt roar back into action in a brand new installment of Life on Mars.

‘Smell that borstal whiff, Tyler. The heady aroma of body odour, spunk, and bunged up khazis. And that’s just the staff who work here.’

It’s time to get tooled up as DI Sam Tyler and DCI Gene Hunt find themselves pursuing justice on the wrong side of the prison walls in this third exciting instalment of Life on Mars.

A grisly death, a mysterious letter, and a runaway truck on the rampage – what is it that connects them, and why does it point towards the brutal regime at Friar's Brook borstal? Is Head Warder McClintock taking his obsession with control and punishment to murderous extremes? Or are there even darker forces at work amid the young criminal minds incarcerated behind those high walls?

For Sam, Friar’s Brook will be far more than just a police investigation. What he encounters there will tear his world apart.

 

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Contents

Title Page
Mrs Slocombes Pussy
Kiddies Porridge Chapter Six Crime and Punishment
Office Humour Chapter Fourteen Beauty Awakes Chapter Fifteen Decisions Decisions
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Tom Graham left school at 14 without qualifications. He is a smoker, and says that writing the Life on Mars novels is the nearest thing he’s had to a regular job since he got banned from driving. He part-owns a greyhound called Arthur and his ambition is to get fruity with Raquel Welch (to be clear about it, that’s Tom’s ambition, not Arthur’s).

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