Mike Scantlebury

Reverend Dumb

Reverend Dumb by Mike Scantlebury
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fiction Fiction, Suspense
For readers of:Mysteries and crime fiction, Sue Grafton, Raymond Chandler, Ross McDonald, Mickey Spillane
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Print Length200 pages
ISBN978-1326749415
PublisherLulu.com
Publication DateAugust 2018
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

Poor Britain! The people are being asked to vote in a Referendum. It's a choice - stay in Europe, or get the country out. Hmm, tough choice. If only would say what the real issues are, but sensible people aren't talking. All that can be heard are the siren voices and Fake News. It's a killer combination. A pity then, that people are getting killed. Yes, visitors to the land, minding their own business, trying to set up deals and make opportunities, are finding themselves being wiped out. To Mickey and his friends in WSB, charged with protecting people from harm and terrorism, it's a tense time. If only Melia wasn't mysteriously ill and stranded in hospital, then maybe Mickey could concentrate on the problems, but he's being distracted. In the absence of the best members of the team, it falls to hopeless cases like the Deputy Director to step in, and do what he can. Poor England!

About the Author

Mike Scantlebury was born at an early age and learned to read at his mother's knee. When he was able to stand on his own two feet, he decided it was the world of Noir and Crime Fiction that appealed to him most, not Fairy Stories. He was born in South West England, but, always the traveller, he now lives in North West England, the place that the British government is calling a 'powerhouse'. Mike writes book about a hero called 'Mickey from Manchester' and a lady spy called Amelia Hartliss, known to her friends as 'Heartless'. These people aren't real, nor is the Manchester he describes. In Mike's world, no one swears. It's an odd world of tough criminals and rough crimes, but if you're familiar with the Modern World, you'll understand why Mike writes about the Post Modern World. Happy reading

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