A brutal killer is on the loose!Darkside's mean streets are getting meaner. There's a vicious killerabroad, and Jonathan and Carnegie aren't even close to catchinghim. But when Jonathan discovers his mother was investigatinga similar crime on the day she disappeared, the trail leads uncomfortablyclose to home. Soon he finds himself embroiled in the borough'smost dangerous secret - and its most dangerous family.
Next to You: Caron's Courage Remembered by Her Mother
'Gloria Hunniford's daughter, TV presenter Caron Keating, was 34 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Initially she was declared in the clear but the cancer came back, despite her attempts to fight it off with every therapy going. She died aged 41. This is Gloria's account of Caron's life. It is outstanding from the beginning ... feels painfully truthful but is utterly absorbing. It does make you cry - endlessly. It is about the difficult bond between mothers and daughters ... about what happens to a family when one of its members gets taken over by a disease. Gloria's honesty in writing this book is extraordinary ... both Caron and Gloria come across as amazingly strong, loving and inspiring characters' Daily Express 'We see Caron as a daughter, a sister, a wife, a friend and a mother - but most of all as a fighter. This is not a story of illness and death rather it's a beautiful, emotional celebration of an extraordinary life that sadly ended far too soon. A beautiful read' Daily Record
Sarah Iles' latest young lover, Ian Aston, and the seedy gangland club he frequents both possess the intense attraction of the forbidden. When one night at the Monty they witness a fatal knifing, they unwittingly learn far too much for their own good of a deadly plot that could, if successfully executed, rearrange the city's criminal power structure. Immediately, the unfaithful wife and petty criminal become targets of both police and underworld observation. In "Come Clean" Bill James once again explores that no-man's-land of law enforcement, where human concern and naked expediency stand perennially at odds with each other.