White Lilies by R. C. Bridgestock
(D.I. Dylan)

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The Third D.I. Dylan novel

Two separate fatal road accidents killing three people are a cause for concern. Then the body of an elderly lady is found in her home, with a cause for suspicious death.

A newly promoted Detective Sergeant arrives but she is not as much an asset as a distraction.

In different locations, two girls are brutally attacked and it is thought the events might be linked but how is not clear. One or two local rogues could be responsible and are prime suspects. Arrests are to be made when a brutal attack on the occupants of the flat is discovered. One person is dead with horrific injuries and another is fighting for life.

Work once again is dictating Dylan’s life and a heavily pregnant partner Jen is sidelined.

A young boy is stabbed and an elderly lady is taken hostage at knifepoint in a subway. Dylan is called to take charge.

Whilst Dylan is confronted by a madman, Jen goes into labour alone and collapses unconscious.

Both are life threatening situations that need a quick resolution, and once again Dylan is spinning numerous plates at once.

RC Bridgestock are consultants to ITV’s award winning drama series
‘Scott & Bailey’ and the BBC’s new police drama ‘Happy Valley’.
 

About R. C. Bridgestock

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R.C. Bridgestock (Bob and Carol Bridgestock) are a husband and wife writing team. They are the authors of the D.I. Dylan series, which includes Consequences, Snow Kills, and White Lilies. As a career detective Bob Bridgestock worked in the CID at every rank. For over half of his service he was a senior detective, retiring at the rank of Detective Superintendent of the West Yorkshire Police force. Carol has 17 years worth of experience working within the force, and brings her understanding and the experience of a partner of a frontline detective to the D.I. Dylan series. This combination adds authenticity rarely seen in British crime fiction, coupled with warmth, humor, and humanity.
 
Published March 23, 2013 by Caffeine Nights Publishing. 286 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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