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Publisher's Summary

Fans of Peter James and his best-selling Roy Grace series of crime novels know that his audiobooks draw on in-depth research into the lives of Brighton and Hove police and are set in a world every bit as gritty as the real thing. His friend, Graham Bartlett, was a long-serving detective in the city once described as Britain's crime capital. Together, in Death Comes Knocking, they have given a gripping account of the city's most challenging cases, taking the listener from crime scenes and incident rooms to the morgue and introducing some of the real-life detectives who inspired Peter James' characters.
Whether it's the murder of a dodgy nightclub owner and his family in Sussex's worst nonterrorist mass murder or the race to find the abductor of a young girl; tracking down the antique trade's most notorious 'knocker boys' or nailing an audacious ring of forgers; or hunting for a cold-blooded killer who executed a surfer or catching a pair who kidnapped a businessman, leaving him severely beaten, to die on a hillside, the authors skillfully evoke the dangerous inside story of policing, the personal toll it takes and the dedication of those who risk their lives to keep the public safe.
©2016 Graham Bartlett (P)2016 Pan Macmillan Publishers Ltd.
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5 out of 5 stars
By MikeyC on 07-27-16

excellent background to the Roy Grace novels.

Excellent background to the Roy Grace novels and what it's like to be a policeman.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kelly on 11-28-16

Brilliant - definitely recommend

brilliant book. I found that this 'gelled' all the Roy Grace books- it gives the other real life accounts of the characters and stories in the books

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By Jan roebuck on 07-21-16

Ok

If you like Peter James books then this is a bit disappointing. It is a conglomerate of crimes that took part in his books without the unknown. Became a bit too Police techniques and handbook style.

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