Gone Tomorrow by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
A Bill Slider Mystery

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In this ninth outing for the likeable detective, Inspector Bill Slider is called to cope with a disfigured corpse grotesquely left in a children's playground. His enquiries plunge him into the shadow world behind the fashionable facade of Shepherd's Bush, among the victims of the Welfare State and the crime barons who prey on them; a world where no-one is who he says he is, and lying to the police is second nature. Slider's thankless task is to convince the witnesses, against all available evidence, that honesty really is the best policy. And with his lover Joanna away, fate seems suddenly determined to strew his private life with temptations…

About Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

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Cynthia Harrod-Eagles is the author of the contemporary Bill Slider Mystery series s well as the Morland Dynasty novels. Her passions are music, wine, horses, architecture and the English countryside.
Published December 6, 2001 by Little, Brown & Company. 362 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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By the time Teena and all the jacket wearers are found, Slider and Atherton will realize that drugs, prostitutes, payoffs, and partnerships that went sour on one angry nabob account for most of the murders—but not that of Unlucky Lenny, whose killer will get off with a reduced sentence for mansla...

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When a body turns up in a gated Shepherd's Bush playground in the ninth compelling Bill Slider police procedural from Harrod-Eagles (Blood Sinister, etc.), DI Slider and his workaholic staff quickly realize that the victim was an unlikely candidate for murder.

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If they do not attain a break through soon, Bill's superiors will remove him and his team from the case even though it is their turf and professional pride propels them to find the culprit.

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