Body Breaker

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Mike Craven’s DI Avison Fluke wouldn’t ordinarily spend his weekend on a golf course, but his team has been called in to investigate a severed hand found lying on the third green at a Cumbria links. Soon they find the rest of the corpse and it’s a gruesome sight, literally torn to pieces. It transpires that Fluke is much closer to the case than he originally thought. As he investigates he has to battle against a secretive police unit from London, national security, corruption and domestic extremists in this compelling novel. Find out more in our full review.

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