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The Sun Will Still Shine Tomorrow [Kindle Edition]

Ken Scott
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Ashley Clark had given the whole of his working life to the Metropolitan Police. The 7/7 tube station bombings eventually broke his resolve and his love affair with London. He could have prevented the bombings, saved all those lives. He transfers back to Northumbria Police and his native Newcastle. During a routine disciplinary hearing, Ashley realises the job has changed and for once his temper gets the better of him. He is out of the job, back on Civvy Street. Within a few days, an old friend's mother begs him for help. Her son has disappeared off the face of the earth and the investigation points to Holy Island, a small hamlet off the north-east coast of England. Ashley goes undercover, like his hero Sherlock Holmes; why not? It was a role he played to the full in London and nobody does it better. He comes across a Freemason-type organisation, the Island Keepers, fiercely protective of the island and its historical and religious past. He encounters Claire Macbeth, a stunningly attractive hotel receptionist with a sinister secret, and he discovers an unusually high number of deaths originating from the island in recent years. He feels certain the Island Keepers know more than they are saying. He contacts his old allies in the police; they seem reluctant to get involved. Something is wrong - very wrong. And now Jacob Moor, Worshipful Master of the Island Keepers, has discovered Ashley Clark's undercover secret. The ex-policeman nosing around Holy Island is about to pay the ultimate price.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 787 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Libros International; 2.0 edition (12 July 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003VS0IUA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #742,831 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm from Newcastle upon Tyne in and I became a writer by accident... honestly! I have no formal writing qualifications and certainly nothing like a University or College education. I was on a long flight several years ago and I was bored, so I opened up my laptop and began to type. I'd had a strange dream the night before and when I woke I thought my dream would make a great thriller. I took to it like a duck to water and by the time the plane was coming into land I'd finished a 5000 word chapter. As I climbed down the aircraft steps I made myself a promise that I'd finish the book and I did. The book was called The Jack of Hearts and incredibly it was published by a small publisher in Oregon. I'm the author of three crime fiction novels and more than a dozen ghost-written books. I also have three books heading for the publishers next year. I have written two screenplays and was assistant screen writer on Do The Birds Still Sing In Hell? which was film optioned in 2012. The movie pre-production starts next month. I am represented by The Diane Banks Agency and my publicist is Paul Gough of Goffy Media.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Scottys done it again 8 Jan. 2010
Well, you often wonder if an author you like can improve. Im delighted to tell you he can. Scotty has a winner who could possibly run and run with Ash, the ex copper who turns private eye to assist a friends Mom find her missing son. Not going to tell you much more suffice to say this is a one sitting book. Be warned, once you pick it up you'll not want to put it down.
Keep them coming Mr. Scott you are maturing like a fine wine in your chosen craft.
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