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- DescriptionThe first of a new mystery series featuring Winston Churchill and King George V: an intriguing departure for bestselling children's author Jim Eldridge. London, 1921. Prominent Cabinet minister Lord Amersham has been shot dead outside his Regents Park home, two bullets to the chest and one to the forehead. The killing bears the hallmarks of a professional hit. Tackling one of the most high-profile cases Scotland Yard has ever faced, DCI Paul Stark is under pressure to produce a quick result. Amersham's colleague, Secretary of State for the Colonies Winston Churchill, is convinced the Bolsheviks are responsible. Stark's colleagues at Special Branch believe there's a connection to the Government talks taking place over Irish Home Rule. Or could the motive be connected to Lord Amersham's scandalous private life? Then there is a second murder, once again committed by an expert marksman at close range - and the case takes a terrifying new twist ...
- Author BiographyJim Eldridge is an award-winning scriptwriter (500 scripts broadcast in the UK and internationally) and best-selling children's author (100 books published). Assassins , featuring DCI Stark, marks Jim's entry into the world of adult crime fiction. Jim's script credits include writing and creating Radio 4's long-running comedy- drama series King Street Junior (100 eps over 20 years) and the classic radio sitcom Parsley Sidings (starring Arthur Lowe ). On TV, he wrote Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde , Woof , Bad Boyes, Time Riders , and many more, including writing TV scripts for Disney and other American companies.
- Author(s)Jim Eldridge
- PublisherSevern House Publishers Ltd
- Date of Publication30/06/2016
- SubjectCrime, Thriller & Adventure
- Place of PublicationSutton
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- First Published2016
- ImprintCreme de la Crime
- Weight425 g
- Width141 mm
- Height222 mm
- Spine23 mm
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