book cover of DI Nick Jellicoe: Books 1-3
 

DI Nick Jellicoe: Books 1-3

(2022)
(A book in the Nick Jellicoe series)
An omnibus of novels by

 
 
DI Nick Jellicoe Books 1 - 3

‘Strong main character and a story which just made you want to keep going…’

‘Really, really good, a great story line with many avenues of interest, instantly a full flavour of the 1950s , coupled with Jack's recognisable humour , always appreciated…’

‘I've read other books by Jack Murray and he does not disappoint. His characters have substance and his plots are original and interesting. He tries to get you to think about what h is happening between the characters…’

A Time to KillWhen the past comes calling....run. When Detective Nick Jellicoe is posted from the London Met to a quiet seaside town he is quickly called upon to investigate a murder and a kidnapping. Rather than demand a ransom, the kidnapper begins to send cryptic messages that suggest his real motive is something else: revenge.

The Bus StopYou can escape anything except the colour of your skinThe body of a woman is found near a remote bus stop. The finger of blame points towards the bus driver, Chester Johnson. The victim is a family friend of British far-right activist, Oswald Moseley while Johnson is a black American ex-serviceman. Racial tension mounts as DI Nick Jellicoe investigates a murder where all is not as it seems.

Trio Two murders and a spate of jewel robberies mean that DI Jellicoe and Chief Inspector Burnett have their hands full. A National Serviceman is killed while attempting to escape from his army camp. One night later, American band leader, Desi Denby, plays his last 'Do Wap' and waltzes off to that great dance hall in the sky. Is there a connection between the two deaths? Prejudice, jealousy, McCarthy witchunts and Foxtrots come crashing together as Jellicoe and young DC Wallace investigate while, all the time, dealing with the demons of their past.

Genre: Mystery

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