Criminal Innocence by Jeffrey Ashford

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A powerful novel of conscience and morality from a respected crime author - Steven Drury, a reputable barrister, is in the wrong place at the wrong time. Returning to his car after a late-night party, he is knocked to the ground and assaulted. He manages to catch a glimpse of his assailant’s face – enough for him to be able to identify Daniel Fitch in a police line-up. But unluckily for Drury, Fitch was fleeing from a robbery gone wrong, one in which he murdered a jeweller. And Fitch isn’t going down without a fight . . .


About Jeffrey Ashford

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Ashford was born in London and published his first book in 1951 and his writing career rapidly overtook his legal one, including the famous Inspector Alvarex series.
Published November 1, 2010 by Severn House Publishers. 192 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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At first Drury, felled by Fitch’s cosh, is too pained and confused to perceive his assailant in the dark, but when Fitch gets into the car he’s pinched for his getaway, Drury sees him in the car’s overhead light.

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