Salford's answer to Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe. A pulp thriller classic.
When PI Gus Keane closes in on the killer will he come out on top or fall victim to the murderer’s desperate moves?
"a gripping story with real, gritty Northern characters captured perfectly as through a camera lens"
A pacey pulp Private Eye thriller set in a northern English town
Ex-rugby football player turned social worker Gus Keane is getting ready for retirement when his boss gets murdered. Finding himself under suspicion, Keane turns private detective to find out the truth. But when he closes in on the killer will Keane come out on top or fall victim to the murderer’s desperate moves?
There is an unpretentious style to this book, but it delivers on thrill, observation and characters. Very enjoyable.