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Then he gets a call from his commanding officer, telling him to come to his office. Unsure if he's getting fired or what, he goes to the meeting.
He is given a case about a missing woman that the London SCU wrote off as a runaway and no further investigation needed. He was to work quietly with newly relocated DS Norman.
They soon find out that there is much more to this case than a simple runaway. It soon appears that there is something not right in their
SCU and the DCI that got Slater suspended.
Very well written and keeps you wondering if they will ever solve the case.
But I like this author and after having read a few other reviews, see that I'm not far off base in saying I think there's a potentially great author in the making
The story was intriguing enough to keep reading. The detective Slater is likable. Glad there was minimal profanity. Hoping the author will realize there are great novels without it. I liked Norman Norman too, appreciating his weaknesses and strengths.
I love "banter". This could use a bit of polish.
To be honest I'm looking forward to subsequent books, in hopes we truly have a diamond in the rough in P.F. Ford.
But a "diamond" still.
DS Dave Slater an egotistical, selfish, self-centered guy. He's the provervial: "everything happens to me".
He and DS Norman story is the investigation of a missing woman. The story had corruption, blackmail, attempting murder and a finale you could predict.
Even though you could read good parts and stop time to time...