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Kill Me (Harpur & Iles #17)

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Naomi Anstruther's undercover operation among the drug gangs, planned carefully by Detective Chief Superintendent Colin Harpur, has ended in a bloody shoot-out. Naomi escapes, but both her ex-boyfriend and her current lover—who shouldn't have been there—are dead. Now the biggest danger to Naomi is a young woman named Esme, who believes that she and Naom ...more
Published June 17th 2001 by W. W. Norton & Company (first published May 1st 2000)
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Ron Pringle
Having read about five of the Harpur & Iles books in a row now, Kill Me is trending back into grittier, more serious territory. Reading these books isn't so much like reading a novel as it is a long chapter in some larger, epic work.

Kill Me focuses on the disappearance of a lower level drugs dealer in Manse Shale and Panicking Ralphie's tenuous drugs empire; and all the subsequent suspicions, double crossings and machinations that are thrown into motion because of it.

As typical of James' Har
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Bill James (born 1929) is a pseudonym of James Tucker, a Welsh novelist. He also writes under his own name and the pseudonyms David Craig and Judith Jones. He was a reporter with the Daily Mirror and various other newspapers after serving with the RAF He is married, with four children, and lives in South Wales.

The bulk of his output under the Bill James pseudonym is the Harpur and Iles series. Col
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Other Books in the Series

Harpur & Iles (1 - 10 of 28 books)
  • You'd Better Believe It (Harpur & Iles, #1)
  • The Lolita Man (Harpur & Iles, #2)
  • Halo Parade (Harpur & Iles, #3)
  • Protezione (Harpur & Iles, #4)
  • Come Clean (Harpur & Iles, #5)
  • Take (Harpur & Iles, #6)
  • Club (Harpur & Iles, #7)
  • Astride a Grave (Harpur & Iles, #8)
  • Gospel (Harpur & Iles, #9)
  • Roses, Roses (Harpur & Iles, #10)
The Lolita Man (Harpur & Iles, #2) You'd Better Believe It (Harpur & Iles, #1) Halo Parade (Harpur & Iles, #3) Panicking Ralph (Harpur & Iles, #14) Roses, Roses (Harpur & Iles, #10)

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