The Business of Dying

By: Simon Kernick

Catalogue Number: BE5-4HQ8

The Business of Dying

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780552157377
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Synopsis

It's a cold November night, and DS Dennis Milne is waiting to kill three unarmed men. Cynical and jaded, Milne earns money on the side by doing what he does best: punishing the bad guys. But he's been set up. This time, instead of shooting drug dealers, he kills two customs officers and an accountant. The hunter has become the hunted. With his colleagues and his enemies closing in on him, Milne must use all of his skills, just to stay alive.

Author's Biography

Simon Kernick is forty, lives near London and has two young children. His novels, The Business of Dying, The Murder Exchange, The Crime Trade, A Good Day to Die, Relentless and Severed are published as Corgi paperbacks and his new novel, Deadline, will be published in June 2008. The research for Simon Kernick's novels is what makes them so authentic. His extensive list of contacts in the police force has been built up over more than a decade. It includes long serving officers in Special Branch, the National Crime Squad (now SOCA), and the Anti-Terrorist Branch, all of whom have plenty of tales to tell. For more information on Simon Kernick and his books, see his website at www.simonkernick.com

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