The Infiltrator by TR Hendricks

When the tropes of crime fiction become too much – the secrets, the deceit, the evasions, the jealousies – that’s when a no-holds-barred thriller like The Infiltrator by TR Hendricks makes a welcome cleanse. Its adventure-first approach scours your veins as you follow retired US…
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Wig Betrayed by Charles Courtley

Writing under the nom de plume Charles Courtley, retired barrister and judge advocate Robert Seymour took his first steps in crime fiction with Wig Begone back in 2009. There, newly qualified barrister Charles Courtley began working in the criminal courts and the court martial system….
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