Sins of the Father by David Harrison

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The past returns to haunt Nick Randall when a celebrity biographer claims to have evidence of his late father's involvement in a terrible crime. If it comes out, the tabloids will have a field day: Eddie Randall was a popular comedy actor in the 1960s. Nick goes in search of the truth and unexpectedly finds it impacts on a major insurance scam he is investigating. Then his estranged wife is found dead - and Nick realises that an unknown enemy is stalking him...

"Occasionally brutal, but very readable... this writer seems to me to have real potential. I look forward to his next book." Martin Edwards, TANGLED WEB

"Sins of the Father is a wonderful, exciting read full of twists and turns... This is a sterling effort from a new face on the crime scene."
Chris Simmons, CRIMESQUAD

"Sins of the Father is a rattling good read... a writer to watch for sure."

Praise for David Harrison (writing under the name TOM BALE):
"What truly sells SKIN AND BONES is Bale's almost cinematic storytelling style, along the lines of what Lee Child does with his Jack Reacher series."

About David Harrison

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Published May 2, 2011 by Creme de La Crime. 306 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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