Book Description: Eddie Rosario’s first outing and will be part of a series of crime thrillers set in the North East of England.
A young woman’s naked body is discovered on the sand dunes at Seaton Sluice, North East of England. Asian cop Detective Inspector Eddie Rosario, an unpopular figure amongst his superiors, for speaking his mind and pushing the boundaries of legality, has been assigned to the case. A clue appears to be obvious to the inquiry; she has a name carved into her thigh, although the question is whose name?
On attempting to discover the girl’s identity it appears that there are larger forces at work than just a killer. The investigation leads Rosario back to an old case and he discovers a mix of politics and the underworld. More bodies turn up and it seems that there may be more than one person involved in the killings.
Rosario’s mind is in a fragile state as he is one of the ‘walking wounded’, he is in the point of a breakdown due to the death of his daughter, he will stop at nothing in order to attain a collar, but the criminals know he is coming…
Rosario is the equivalent to Marmite, you will either love him or hate him!
This is the correct version of the book (with typos amended -hopefully). Book 2 out in November 2013
About The Author
Anthony Stobart was born in 1968. He was previously a record shop owner and musician, before becoming an English teacher. He lives with his wife and two children in Whitley Bay. After encouragement from an Ian Rankin letter he decided to become an author.