Falling More Slowly by Peter Helton
Introducing Detective Inspector Liam McLusky

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DI Liam McLusky, freshly transferred from Southampton to Bristol and just recovered from an injury in the line of duty, has no time to settle in before catching a major case. Everyday objects that have been transformed into explosive devices are being left across Bristol, maiming or killing those who pick them up.
 
McLusky must figure out who the killer is, while navigating the fraught internal politics of his new post. Meanwhile, an ex-partner moves into the city to study—and keep tabs on him.
 

About Peter Helton

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Peter Helton was born in Germany and moved to London in 1982. He completed a Fine Art degree at UWE and has exhibited in London, Cornwall and Bath. He divides his time between his painting studio and writing in his cottage near Bath. Four Below is the second book in the DI McLusky series following 2011's Falling More Slowly.
 
Published January 18, 2011 by Soho Constable. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Would you recognize a bomb if you saw one?

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Publishers Weekly

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Recently transferred from Southampton, Bristol Det. Insp. Liam McLusky must adjust to a new police team that resents an outsider on their turf in Helton's engaging first in a new procedural series. Wh

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AV Club

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The author of the Honeysett murder mysteries introduces a new  PI series, but his take on terrorism lacks tension.

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With its stingily doled-out backstory and leaden plotting, Falling comes across as more table-setting for future McLusky outings than as a satisfying meal in itself.

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