An outstanding series' NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
A Bill Slider Mystery
Inspector Bill Slider is approached by Jay Paloma, a gay erotic dancer, who has received letters threatening his life. A few days later Paloma's battered body is found in the apartment he shared with barmaid and prostitute Busty Parnell - Slider is teamed with young black female detective Tony Hart. Their investigation delves into the seedy underside of London's nightlife, and will lead them into some curious byways and cul-de-sacs.
Praise for the Bill Slider series:
"The books work so well because the author manages to infuse them with a warmth and wit that lingers on after the last page is turned." YORKSHIRE POST
"This is an excellent, solidly professional police story: well-written, with well-drawn characters and a neatly dovetailed plot." EVENING STANDARD
"...the charm oozed by Bill, who is a normal person with personal problems struggling to survive in a cruel world through humour and wit...a unique novel that gives readers a glimpse of an England rarely seen in this sub-genre." HARRIET KLAUSNER
"Confident and lucid" SEATTLE TIMES