Three Little Maids
Billy Robertson is out for revenge and the target in his sights is Dennis Marks. Holding the DCI responsible for the death of his younger brother, Jack, Robertson seizes on the opportunity given to him by Harold Shaw – another violent criminal falling foul of the skill of one of the Met’s finest detectives – from the confines of his cell at HMP Wandsworth.
Fresh from his run-in with the IPCC, Marks is plunged into a murder case involving the death of a teacher at Lainsford Grammar School in Edmonton. Without the services of Home Office pathologist, George Groves, and with the prospect of his own team breaking up, Marks’ abilities are tested to the limit as he follows a trail of false leads, lies, and a wall of silence.
Neal James began writing in 2008 and has, since then, released seven novels and one anthology. He has appeared in both the national and local press, and has also been a regular at branches of Waterstones and local reading groups and libraries in his home counties of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
‘Three Little Maids’, his ninth book in as many years, takes him back into the world of his detective, DCI Dennis Marks, and the kind of intricate plot for which he has become noted,
An accountant for over 30 years, that training has given him an insight into much of the background required in the production of his writing so far. He lives in Derbyshire with his wife and family.
Find out more about Neal James and all of his writing on his website: www.nealjames.webs.com