Saturday's Child

by Ray Banks

Cal Innes is fresh out of prison, working out of a gym closet as a private investigator, and trying to sever his ties to local gang lord “Uncle”Morris Tiernan. But when Tiernan hires him to track down a rogue casino dealer who’s absconded with a hefty chunk of cash, Innes is thrust into a cat-and-mouse game with Tiernan’s pill-popping son,Mo—a game that turns ever more deadly as the case points north to Newcastle.With Tiernan’s son on his tail and a Manchester cop determined to put Innes back on the spurs, Saturday’s child definitely has to work hard to keep living.The explosive first book in a four-book series featuring the down-at-heels private eye Cal Innes.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-13/ EAN: 9780156034579
  • ISBN-10: 0156034573
  • Pages: 320
  • Publication Date: 02/12/2009
  • Carton Quantity: 24
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  • About the Book
    Cal Innes is fresh out of prison, working out of a gym closet as a private investigator, and trying to sever his ties to local gang lord “Uncle”Morris Tiernan. But when Tiernan hires him to track down a rogue casino dealer who’s absconded with a hefty chunk of cash, Innes is thrust into a cat-and-mouse game with Tiernan’s pill-popping son,Mo—a game that turns ever more deadly as the case points north to Newcastle.With Tiernan’s son on his tail and a Manchester cop determined to put Innes back on the spurs, Saturday’s child definitely has to work hard to keep living.The explosive first book in a four-book series featuring the down-at-heels private eye Cal Innes.

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    PRAISE FOR SATURDAY’S CHILD
     
    Saturday’s Child is a knockout, written with the kind of energy and passion that far too few writers can muster. Fresh and fierce, it raises the bar for hardboiled fiction on both sides of the Atlantic.”—Laura Lippman, author of the New York Times bestseller What the Dead Know

    “Audacious and volatile . . . The shabby Manchester /Newcastle world of drugs, booze, and violence is wonderfully described in a vibrant, often hilarious slang.” —Boston Globe

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