For Steve Madden, Brighton is no longer beaches, fish and chips and amusement arcades. It's also a place of murder. Estranged from Steve Madden's son and grappling with the jealousy that comes from watching your ex-wife getting closer to another man, his world is thrown into turmoil when he is called to investigate a particularly savage murder.
This is a Steven Madden mystery. For Steve Madden, Brighton is no longer beaches, fish and chips and amusement arcades. It's also a place of murder. Estranged from his son and grappling with the jealousy that comes from watching your ex-wife getting closer to another man, his world is thrown into turmoil when he is called to investigate a particularly savage murder. But there is something else, something that will change his life forever. Dragged into the twilight world of nightclubs, drugs and prostitution, Steve is about to realise that being a Detective Inspector in a seaside town is far more dangerous than he could ever have imagined.
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About Glenn Chandler
Glenn Chandler was born in Edinburgh and began writing for television in 1980 with a commission from Scottish Television for a play The Horseman's Word. He has also contributed to such memorable series as Angels and Crown Court, as well as writing two horror novels. He has ventured into true crime with Yorkshire TV's The Life and Crimes of William Palmer and A is for Acid, contributions to Granada's In Suspicious Circumstances, and a book, Burning Poison. He is best known, however, as the creator and writer of the award-winning and highly praised Taggart series for Scottish Television. He now lives in Hertfordshire.
Savage Tide by Glenn Chandler
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