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BEHIND CLOSED DOORS is an introduction to Detective Inspector Veronica Taylor and the gripping Belfast Crime Series.
Explore the historic yet infamous city of Belfast in this first introductory case-file.
For fans of Ian Rankin, Adrian McKinty, Stuart Neville and JD Kirk and the Netflix Series, 'The Fall.'

Read the latest edition today and discover the secrets hidden BEHIND CLOSED DOORS.

 

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This fully revised second edition is an introduction to the upcoming Belfast Crime Series.

A VIOLENT KILLING. A SUSPECT OFFERING NO DEFENCE. AN OPEN AND SHUT CASE?

Detective Inspector Veronica Taylor is summoned to assist in the aftermath of a horrific domestic incident.

With the suspect offering no opposition to the charges and with witness testimony and his own violent history stacking up against him, the charge officer deems the case open and shut.

As the victim’s influential mother pressures her police contacts for a quick resolution and with only one lone dissenting voice speaking out, Taylor must uncover the circumstances leading up to the tragic events that played out BEHIND CLOSED DOORS.



 

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BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

AN EXCERPT...

'There's no clock in here.'
It was an accurate observation. The absence of a clock meant there was no way to pinpoint and measure the passage of time and served to ratchet up the acute anxiety Jimmy Harding was feeling.
He slammed a balled fist against the thick plexiglass panel of a door that had no lock yet couldn't be opened. The door remained unyielding.
'I need to know about Julie! Is she OK? For God's sake, tell me something!' he shouted.
He slammed his fist home again, half-heartedly this time. Resting his head against the opaque glass, tears fell down his face.
'You can't keep me locked in here not knowing.' He slumped against the door and rubbed the heels of his hands into his eyes. 'Please, what about wee Tommy? He wasn't breathing. Jesus, he wasn't breathing.'
Jimmy stalked across the room. He stared at the beady black eye set in the wall at head height above the only other furniture in the room. A table and four chairs. Ensconced in the smooth dry-lined ceiling, covered panel lights hummed overhead.
'Can you hear me?'
He looked into the lens. Red eyed, hair askew and hanging on his last ragged nerve.
 
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