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Poetic Justice (DI Jack Dylan: Prequel) Paperback – 28 Feb 2019
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'A cracking read - fantastic story embedded in authentic police procedure.' Helen Pepper, Forensic Specialist
'Poetic Justice is crime fiction gold.' Howard Linskey
'The Bridgestocks are an authentic voice in crime literature and have created a compelling character in Jack Dylan.' J.D. Fennell
'A story that brims with authenticity'. Adam Hamdy
'A fast-paced, high-octane read.' Paul Burston
'A multi-faceted page turner. The perfect way to meet Jack Dylan.' Alison Bruce
'One of the best crime novels I've read in years.' Adam Croft
'Poetic Justice combines gritty realism with great heart.' Ashley Dyer
'Rings with a sure touch of insider authenticity.' --Adrian Magson
About the Author
Carol and Bob Bridgestock were both born and lived in West Yorkshire until they relocated to the Isle of Wight in 2003. Between them they have a staggering 47 years employment with the police, Carol being a member of the Civilian support staff and Bob being a Senior Police Officer. As a career detective Bob worked in the CID at every rank. For over half of his service he was a senior detective, retiring at the rank of Detective Superintendent. As a Senior Investigative Officer (SIO) in charge of homicide cases he took command of some twenty-six murder investigations, twenty-three major incidents including shootings and attempted murders and over fifty suspicious deaths and numerous sexual assaults, some of which were extremely high profile in his last three years alone. In 1988 Carol commenced working for the Police as a member of the support staff in the Administration Department. As a supervisor she received a Chief Constable's commendation for outstanding work for her determination and drive creating a poster competition for an Autumn Fall Crime initiative.