Everyone would kill for their fifteen minutes of fame...
A Premiership footballer is shot dead in cold blood on a busy London street, and a country is gripped by terror. Who is behind this apparently motiveless killing – and who’s next in the firing line?
Jack Garrett is determined to find out. A small-time journalist who's left behind his Lancashire roots for the glitz and glamour – and seediness and squalor – of the capital, he's convinced this is no celebrity stalker.
Aided and abetted by DC Laura McGanity, desperately trying to juggle police life with motherhood and her feelings for Jack, the trail takes them back to Jack's home town of Turner's Fold – and his past.
What's the connection between the recent murder and the death of a young girl 10 years before?
Conspiracy, revenge and the high price of fame all combine in this stunning debut from a dazzling new voice in crime fiction.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Eyejaybee - LibraryThing
Neil White's first novel is a real corker. He introduces us to freelance journalist Jack Garrett, now living in Soho but originally from Turner's Fold, a small town in Lancashire where his father is ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ChrisSterry - LibraryThing
The plot of this was very well worked out, and the atmospheric description of East Lancashire very recognisable (to one living there now). Despite what the author says I still think Turner's Fold is ... Read full review