Whiplash by Graham Ison

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Featuring the worldly wise DI Brock and his wry sidekick DS Poole
When DI Brock is called to attend the scene of a traffic accident, he doesn't see how it's any of his business. But then it turns out the woman's body discovered in the ditch alongside the crashed car was not involved in the accident. What's more, the woman was naked and covered in vicious whip marks. Unpleasant as it might be, this is very definitely Brock's business.

About Graham Ison

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During Graham Ison's thirty year career in Scotland Yard's Special Branch he was involved in several espionage cases and the investigation into the escape of the spy George Blake. He spent four years at 10 Downing Street as Protection Officer to two Prime Ministers and also served as second-in-command of the Diplomatic Protection Group.
Published July 1, 2004 by Severn House Publishers. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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What’s met Brock’s eye—in a ditch adjacent to the smash-up—is a the body of a naked female who died, the police pathologist informs him, 12 hours before the collision, presumably of causes related to the slash-and-thrash marks covering her body.

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