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Announcing my Latest Novel – Danger by Association

I can now announce that my latest novel ‘Danger by Association’, book 3 in the Riverhill Trilogy, is available for pre-order on the Amazon Kindle. Here are the links: 315 more words

Crime Thriller

What is a Sink Estate?

The two housing estates, which form the main settings for my Riverhill Trilogy, are what are often described as sink estates. These are the Riverhill Estate and the Buckthorn Estate. 433 more words

Crime Thriller

Bin the blade

Carrying a knife can have life changing and devastating consequences.

If you set foot in public with a knife – or indeed anything that could be used as a weapon – you not only endanger other people’s lives but also your own. 497 more words

Bedfordshire Police

Seven-month-old baby slain alongside his parents becomes symbol against gang crime


7 month old Marcos Miguel Pano Colón (left) was shot dead by gang members alongside his parents last week. Horrific photos showing the bodies of the baby boy and his parents slaughtered in Oaxaca, Mexico, were released this week and it has sparked fierce debate about the country’s rampant gang violence and society’s acceptance of it. 157 more words

Lifestyle, Beauty And Fashion

Book Launch Update - 'A Gangster's Grip'

It’s been a busy couple of days since the launch of ‘A Gangster’s Grip’ and there’s still a lot happening. Here’s an update:

‘Slur’ Free Promotion – Although I originally planned to offer ‘Slur’ for free a few weeks after the launch of ‘A Gangster’s Grip’, I made an impromptu, last minute decision to offer it free at the same time as the launch. 260 more words

Crime Thriller

"A Gangster's Grip" - Launch Date Announcement and Chapter One Preview

I am pleased to announce that I have now fixed a launch date of 7th October for my forthcoming crime thriller, “A Gangster’s Grip”.
To give you a taster, I have included the first chapter below: 2,687 more words
Crime Thriller

West Midlands Police to axe 2,500 jobs in effort to find £130m in savings

West Midlands Police has admitted it will be axing 2,500 jobs over the next five years in a bid make savings of £130 million across the force. 259 more words

Social Justice