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Revenge Of The Malakim (The Grooming Parlour Trilogy Book 1) by [Harrison, Paul]
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About the Author

Paul Harrison is a retired police officer with a successful career that spanned three decades. During that time he worked on some memorable high profile investigations, and interviewed countless criminals who operated within the darker side of humanity. Paul began writing and had his first book published during his time in the police. Since then, he has gone on to write 34 books, mainly in the field of true crime. Now he has turned all that experience into writing crime fiction. On retiring from the police, he spent time working with the English Judiciary, at the Royal Courts of Justice, London. During which time he gained what he describes as ‘an eye opening insight’ into what really happens behind the scenes of a criminal trial or civil hearing. The vast majority of Paul’s professional career has been within the criminal justice system. He’s worked in many varied and interesting roles throughout his life, and he cites as his greatest achievement to date unanimously winning The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies Outstanding Individual of the Year Award 2009 by a panel of assessors that included the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales. This primarily was for his voluntary work in the field of child and male abuse. He’s passionate about writing, and his first crime fiction novel trilogy is based on genuine experience. It is the first in a series of books that will feature lead detective, DCI Will Scott, and his trusted sidekick, DI Daisy Wright. This crime fighting duo will, throughout the series, find themselves not only investigating mysterious murders, but embroiled in the world of police, legal and establishment corruption also. Currently based in the North, and describing himself as a true northern lad, Paul is regarded as one of the UK’s leading experts on the subject of serial killers. He has interviewed many such offenders, which has provided a unique insight into their psychology, and all importantly, how and why they select their victims. Detail that will be used within future crime fiction novels. Paul has made guest appearances in several true crime documentaries on both television and radio. He is a popular and entertaining public speaker, and has talked at many high profile crime writing festivals and conferences, both at home, and on an international stage.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 904 KB
  • Print Length: 378 pages
  • Publisher: Williams & Whiting (14 Feb. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XMQQ5Z4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #191,734 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have now read this book three times, I loved it. Exciting characters and dealing with could have been a difficult subject, but Paul Harrison covers it expertly. I cannot wait for the next book and am so pleased I bought this. Something a bit different which made it all the more enjoyable. Great!
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This is an excellent, topical police procedural which not only examines police work but the precarious interaction with councils, cross boundary communication between police forces, politics and MI5. The main character Will Scott with his side-kick Daisy are strongly painted. I thought they were a tad slow to spot the significance of the MO in the first victim but I'll leave that as writers' licence to embellish the plot. What a whitewash this book reveals. Am I surprised? Not really - no, but it leaves me with very disquieting thoughts. I've never heard of a Malakim - the perp's calling card and its' significance so that was an interesting part of the plot. I was also intrigued how the Yew Tree investigation was woven into the plot and certainly a year after Savile's death in 2011 (I think) a hornet's nest was opened. This book certainly gave me a lot to think about and I look forward to the rest of the trilogy. Lastly, it was personally of interest to me as I live in Bridlington.
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Great book! What was particularly liked about this book was that Will has a wife and children and work colleagues who he gets on with. So many books are full of police officers stepping over and on each other in their scramble to the top. Too many are divorced or unable to maintain any kind of relationship with a fellow human being. The book lost a star because the minute the murderer made their appearance I knew. It didn't spoil my enjoyment because I was interested to see how the author would get there. It did make me think that Will and Daisy were a bit dim not to pick up on the clues! All that being said it was an enjoyable book that I stayed up late to finish because I wanted to find out what happened. What more can a reader expect? I will be looking for more from this author
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