By Damien Boyd
Mountain climbing is now a blood sport...
Detective Inspector Nick Dixon's former mountaineering accomplice, Jake Fayter, is useless. Killed in a fall while practicing a brand new path on excessive Rock, Cheddar Gorge. confident that Jake shouldn't have made this sort of basic mistake, Nick Dixon begins digging and uncovers an internet of intrigue and illegal activity that might rock the sleepy beach city of Burnham-on-Sea to its core.
As the physique count number rises, Dixon is pressured to damage each rule within the ebook and placed his personal existence at the line to convey the killer out into the open.
A fast-paced crime mystery that may depart you gasping for breath, because the Crow Flies is a backbone tingling creation for DI Nick Dixon and a mind-blowing debut novel from crime fiction author, Damien Boyd.
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