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The Gilded Edge by [Miller, Danny]
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A dark and involving story of misplaced passion and menace Daily Express A fiendishly complex plot Sunday Times Miller ably handles all the plot strands while showing us an unknown London. Catholic Herald A novel that has its own distinct (and highly enjoyable) identity. Good Book Guide

About the Author

Danny Miller was born in Brighton, and studied English & Drama at Goldsmiths College, University of London. As a playwright he's been performed at the National Theatre Studio, Bush Theatre, and Theatre Royal Stratford East. As a scriptwriter he's worked for the BBC, ITV and Chanel 4. Kiss Me Quick is his first novel was published in 2011 by Constable & Robinson, and the first in a series featuring Vince Treadwell.

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  • File Size: 1012 KB
  • Print Length: 401 pages
  • Publisher: C & R Crime (May 17, 2012)
  • Publication Date: May 17, 2012
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005RZB5RU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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By S Riaz TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 30, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Having really enjoyed the first outing for Detective Vince Treadwell Kiss Me Quick I was a little nervous about reading the second book in the series. Happily, it easily lived up to the promise of the debut and, perhaps, even eclipsed it.

It is London, 1965, and there are two murders. One, a vicious and brutal attack on Marcy Jones, a pretty young West Indian nurse. The second that of Johnny Beresford, from a prestigious family and a man of wealth and influence. Detective Treadwell and his partner DCI Maurice McClusky pull the Belgravia murder; where is soon assumed that Johnny's beautiful girlfriend, Isabel Saxmore-Blaine, killed him. However, as we know from the previous novel, Detective Treadwell does not take things at face value and it is soon apparent that the two unlikely murders are linked.

This is a very atmospheric book, brimming with the sights and sounds of Sixties London and with well known characters, such as Lord Lucan, making cameo appearances. The investigation leads Detective Treadwell from celebrity photographers in Carnaby Street to protestors using Malcolm X as their role model, taking in gangsters and a network of old friends who met in the rarified atmosphere of Eton and now inhabit upmarket gambling clubs. As always, Vince is susceptible to a pretty face; in this case the lovely Isabel. Again, he is unable to accept advice about dropping the case and accepting the obvious answers - his sense of justice and sheer stubborn nature leading him into danger as he refuses anything but the truth. This is certainly one of the best detective series around today and I hope there are many more instalments to come. Highly enjoyable and highly recommended.
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