Murder has no Guilt (DCI Cook Thriller Series Book 9)
A mass shooting. An amoral Romanian gangster. A Russian oligarch who claims to be an honest businessman, but isn’t.
No one knows who was the target or why, but there are eight dead. The men seem the most likely, or could have it been one of the two women, the attractive Gillian Dickenson, or even the celebrity-obsessed Sal Maynard?
There’s a gang war brewing, and if th...more
Australian author Phillip Strang has gained his platform as an adventure writer through his career installing telecommunications networks in many remote and exotic parts of the globe, including time spent in Afghanistan and Pakistan - an experience that allowed him to gain direct insights in to the ongoing conflicts there. He has also spent considerable time in Africa including Liberia, Nigeria, and Guinea. It is this direct cont ...more
When are the best leads from the crime bosses….? when you don’t have any others?
A mass shooting. An amoral Romanian gangster. A Russian oligarch who claims to be an honest businessman but isn’t. No one knows who was the target or why, but there are eight dead. The men seem the most likely, or could have it been one of the two women, the attractive Gillian Dickenson, or even the celebrity-obsessed Sal Maynard? There’s a gang war bre ...more
The deaths in the mass shooting are, of course, not the ...more
This isn't fake news, it's the real thing. In your face, with no holds barred. Isaac Cook and his colleagues are fighting crime with one hand tied behind their back. Everyone on the wrong side of the law is scared of the Romanians. The London gangs were tough, the West Indian Yardies were ruthless, but they were swept aside by the newcomers. They ruled the roost, until the day the Russians decided they wanted a piece of the action in the English capital. ...more
What can be done in a country where law and order rule,where even the badguys are innocent until proven guilty? What can be done if the police know, beyond a shadow of a doubt who the master mind is but they have no evidence for a court of law? This book really makes you consider all of those thoughts. Another excellent read by Phillip Strang.
A number of years in Afghanistan and Pakistan have given him a good insight into the culture of both of these countries, and an understanding of the problems they jointly share.
In recent years, there have been extended periods throughout many ...more