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Description:ISBN 072786159X / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Nick Oldham / Hardcover / 256 Pages / Book is published 2004-12 by Severn House ... more
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Nick Oldham Big City Jacks (Severn House Large Print)
Pages: 416, Edition: Large type edition, Hardcover, Severn House ...
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==Synopsis of the book:== A small time drug dealer from Manchester is killed and his body burnt to a cinder. After he tried to do a runner with £25,000 of his boss's money. His body was discovered on some wasteland just inside DCI Christie's patch. However before he can investigate the case first the body must be identified. Meanwhile in Manchester a local gangster's trial collapses under the cloud of Police misconduct. As a result DCI Christie is asked to investigate, because this is not his area and he is not linked in any way with the case or the Police Officers involved, once he has solved this other murder. Christie is currently ... Read the complete review
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