A LICENSE TO MURDER

DCI WILSON BOOK 8

The torso of a young women is found in a Belfast park. With almost no evidence, no crime scene and no motive for the killing, Wilson and the murder squad team must use all their skills to find the identity of the victim.To find the killer, Wilson must look into his own past to a murder case that has haunted him and which he failed to solve. The case will uncover one of the last remnants of the dirty war and a killer who cannot be exposed.

THE MARLBORO MAN

A MOIRA MCELVANEY MYSTERY

Police Service of Northern Ireland detective Moira McElvaney is bored auditing lectures at Harvard University. On a visit to Martha’s Vineyard she gets co-opted into the search for a non-descript accountant who has disappeared while walking through Miami International Airport. The leader of the search is Frank Shea an ex-hedge fund manager, felon and best friend of Brendan Guilfoyle, Moira's boyfriend.

Moira, Shea and a diverse set of characters traverse the East Coast of the US as they expose the criminal enterprise at the bottom of the disappearance.

DEATH ON THE LINE

DCI WILSON BOOK 7

A smuggling operation ends with a local farmer dead and journalist Jock McDevitt shot and injured. For Ian Wilson, head of the Belfast Murder Squad , the hunt for the killer is personal. The Belfast Murder Squad investigation exposes a criminal conspiracy that brings together old enemies from both sides of the sectarian divide. Meanwhile, in Belfast a five-year-old boy turns up in hospital battered to death. The search for the boy’s killer leads Wilson and his team through the vice and drug underworld of the city. The investigation leads to more corpses and a conundrum for Wilson and his team.

YIELD UP THE DEAD

DCI WILSON BOOK 6

Ian Wilson thought he was finished with the PSNI. However, he is persuaded to come back to lead a murder squad with extra responsibilities. Gang boss Sammy Rice is still missing and there are new team members to integrate. Then information comes to light on the burial place of one of the ‘disappeared’. The raising of the body and the subsequent investigation threatens to expose one of Ulster’s darkest secrets.

A BOX FULL OF DARKNESS

DCI WILSON BOOK 5

Solving a case can change your life.

Detective superintendent Ian Wilson's life is on a downward spiral. His partner is gone and he's lost the job he loves. Then he's handed a 42 year-old murder case to solve. The case file is non-existent and the trail is colder than the arctic. As he peels away the layers of deception, he discovers that he hasn't been given the case by accident. Someone is intent on destroying Wilson and solving this cold case might just do it.

DARK CIRCLES

DCI WILSON BOOK 4

Two young men are found dead, of seemingly natural causes, in Belfast on the same night. Despite disapproval from the hierarchy, DCI Wilson decides to investigate the deaths further based on the hunch of pathologist Stephanie Reid. Something feels wrong and it's up to the Belfast Murder Squad to scratch beneath the surface. What they start to reveal is a dark element that has been feeding on the troubled history of Ulster for years.

The investigation isn't Wilson's only problem, his relationship with his partner is falling apart and his trusty sergeant, Moira, has a life changing decision to make. As the net closes in on both Wilson and the case, the Dark Circle starts to reveal itself.
A fast moving and compelling thriller.

DEATH TO PAY

DCI WILSON BOOK 3

The brutal murder of Lizzie Rice, the mother of one Belfast's most notorious Godfathers, threatens to ignite war on the streets of Belfast. As riots ensue, more bodies, killed in the same gruesome manner, start to pile up and it's clear that DCI Ian Wilson and the Murder Squad are dealing with a very dangerous serial killer.

Wilson needs to investigate both the past and his own present if he wants any chance of catching the killer.

A Debt to Pay is the third book in the Wilson series. If you like hard-boiled and compelling detective fiction, you are sure to find Wilson a character that you will identify with and like. Wilson investigates murder in the boilerhouse that is modern-day Belfast, a city still emerging from a violent past. In a situation where crime and politics are often intertwined, Wilson and his team must have their finger on the pulse of the city and tread a careful investigative path.

KEYS TO THE KINGDOM

When a dying millionaire launches a scheme to wipe out the Saudi Arabian Royal Family and create chaos in the Kingdom it brings two men into explosive conflict.

Arthur St. John Worley, the MI6 agent in Riyadh wants justice for his brother’s murder and Patrick Gallagher, an international terrorist wants to avenge the death of his wife and unborn child at the hands of the Saudis. Worley is obsessed with bringing Gallagher to justice and Gallagher wants one last successful terrorist operation.

Worley’s only ally is Mary Jo Rosinski, a disaffected female CIA operative in Riyadh. The stakes could not be higher. If Gallagher’s plan succeeds, the demise of the Al Sauds will affect not only the future of the Kingdom but will also create chaos across the globe.

Wilson needs to investigate both the past and his own present if he wants any chance of catching the killer.

SHADOW SINS

DCI WILSON BOOK 2

A priest in stabbed and set on fire in a small church outside Belfast. DCI Ian Wilson and his colleagues in the Belfast Murder Squad suspect a sectarian motive. Whilst investigating this gruesome murder Wilson finds himself trapped in a labyrinth of lies and deceit. The Catholic Church and his own hierarchy conspire to impede his investigation at every turn. But Wilson has other problems. An internal investigation threatens to put his career as a PSNI officer at risk.

Another priest is murdered, seemingly without motive, and it looks like Wilson is dealing with the work of a psychopathic serial killer who is working to a plan. Wilson needs all his focus to find him before he completes it.

NOTHING BUT MEMORIES

DCI WILSON BOOK 1

A professional assassin is killing young Protestant men in Belfast. With sectarian tensions mounting in the city, DCI Wilson and the Murder Squad need to delve into the murky past of the Troubles to uncover the real motive for the killings. Sex, politics and murder collide as Wilson's investigation brings him closer to catching the killer, it also threatens to expose the dark underbelly of Belfast society.

This is the first book in the Ian Wilson series.Wilson investigates murder in the boilerhouse that is modern day Belfast, a city still emerging from a violent past. In a situation where crime and politics are often intertwined, Wilson and his team must have their finger on the pulse of the city and tread a careful investigative path.

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