Excerpts from recent UK reviews of Hell's Garden:
'I loved this book from beginning to end and couldn't stop reading it. I would recommend any who love crime novels to read it and can't wait for the next volume.'
'Could not tear myself away from this book. Fast moving and interesting giving an opportunity to think about the wealth that the top 'growers and dealers' have.'
'I'm glad I checked it out, Jack Heaton has created a fast-paced, hard-hitting thriller, populated by believable characters. He writes well too, with a nicely ironic, reflective style and convincing dialogue.'
Jacob Daedalus, a promising lawyer for a major London law firm, is cruelly excised from the life he knows, an innocent casualty in the war on drugs.
Detective Inspector Rebecca Watson forces Jacob's employer to cast him out from everything he knows in the hope that he will lead her to his father Jose Daedalus, a central figure in the European cannabis market and grower of large quantities of the finest grades of cannabis, revered throughout Europe.
Seamus Murphy, the son of Jose’s original business partner, has assumed the main role in the cannabis empire. He is an unhinged and ruthless man who trusts no-one but who has one major advantage over his competitors in the cut-throat drug market – he knows where Jacob’s father is and he holds all the cards to ensure that Jose continues to supply him and only him.
Now Jacob, his peaceful existence forever destroyed, must survive in a race to eliminate Seamus and the deadly product that he has unleashed across Europe.