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Lying and Dying

(The Outrageous Behaviour of Left-Handed Dwarves)
(The first book in the Josef Slonsky Investigation series)
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An international crime thriller with an unforgettable detective. Perfect for fans of Ian Rankin, Jo Nesbo and Peter Robinson.

What do you do when the poison comes from within��?

Prague, Czech Republic

The body of a
young woman is found strangled by the side of the road.

There are
no obvious clues to what happened, apart from the discovery of a large amount of cash concealed on her person.

The brilliant, but lazy,
Lieutenant Josef Slonský is put in charge of the case.

With a wry sense of humour, a strong stubborn streak and a penchant for pastries, Slonský is not overly popular with the rest of the police force. But he is paired with the freshly-graduated, overly-eager Navrátil, whom he immediately takes under his wing.

fingers start to point inwards to someone familiar with police operations, Slonský and Navrátil are put in a difficult position.

If what they suspect is true, how deep does the corruption run? Are they willing to risk their careers in their pursuit of the truth?

Anyone could be lying, and others may be in danger of dying…

LYING AND DYING is the first international crime thriller in the detective series featuring Lieutenant Josef Slonský: an atmospheric police procedural full of dark humour.

BOOK ONE: Lying and Dying

BOOK TWO: Slaughter and Forgetting
BOOK THREE: Death On Duty
BOOK FOUR: Field of Death
BOOK FIVE: A Second Death
BOOK SIX: Laid in Earth
BOOK SEVEN: The Murdered Molls

Genre: Mystery

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