Russell Day : Doc Slidesmith Boxset (Paperback)

Russell Day : Doc Slidesmith Boxset (Paperback)

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Needle Song

Spending the night with a beautiful woman would be a good alibi, if the body in the next room wasn't her husband. 

Doc Slidesmith has a habit of knowing things he shouldn’t. He knows the woman Chris Rudjer meets online is married. He knows the adult fun she’s looking for is likely to be short lived. And when her husband’s killed, he knows Chris Rudjer didn’t do it. 

Only trouble is the police disagree and no one wants to waste time investigating an open and shut case.

No one except Doc.

Using lies, blackmail and a loaded pack of Tarot cards, Doc sets about looking for the truth - but the more truth he finds, the less he thinks his friend is going to like it.

Ink To Ashes

Doc Slidesmith & Yakky return in a brand new adventure.  

Dago, president of The Handsome London Boys Motorcycle Club, and one of Doc's oldest friends, has died in an apparent accident.

Before he can be laid to rest though, his wife makes an unusual request, one which Yakky fulfils with characteristic stoicism. 

The funeral is a particularly tense affair and it becomes clear to Doc that there's more going on than initially meets the eye. 

All is clearly not well within the ranks of The Handsome London Boys and when Doc starts asking questions about the circumstances of Dago's accident and the disappearance of a young pledger, he and Yakky find themselves being dragged into the secretive and potentially dangerous world of the 'one-percenters'.

Doc & Yakky need to tread very carefully if they're going to ensure the truth is revealed, justice is served - and they both get out of this alive. 

Praise for Russell Day 

"Russell Day is an artist - one who paints pictures with his words..."

"A brilliant book, one that has cemented Russell Day straight into my must read authors list."

"Russell Day has established himself as one of the best new crime writers of recent years. I cannot wait for his next novel."