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From Shadows... To A Darker Place

Alan Barrett

Detective Inspector Frank Crosby has been retired for over three years - a direct result of the bloody and violent events that took place at Sixfields and Dryffed's Farm. Now the nightmare was back.


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ISBN : 978-1-84897-718-1
Published : 27/10/2016
Pages : 317
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Alan Barrett

Alan Barrett was born in the village of Ashbury, Oxfordshire. His early life was spent in nearby Watchfield - from where he attended Shrivenham Primary School and Faringdon Secondary Modern. Now retired, he was employed by MOD (Navy) and Boeing UK as a systems analyst.

Married to Lynn (nee Wilson), the couple initially lived in Swindon before moving to Brackley, Northamptonshire. Their current home is Melksham in Wiltshire. Alan and Lynn have two daughters - Kim and Nikki - and granddaughters, Mistee and Mia. 

Alan's interests include writing, poker and chess. He also enjoys musical theatre and period drama. In the dim and distant past he once completed a London Marathon - but his sporting activities are now restricted to the golf course. He still suffers an occasional match at the Country Ground where Swindon Town FC was followed on a regular basis for twenty-five years.

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Detective Inspector Frank Crosby has been retired for over three years - a direct result of the bloody and violent events that took place at Sixfields and Dryffed's Farm. Now the nightmare was back.

Lucy Roberts has been released from prison. She believes that Crosby is responsible for a missing three hundred million pound cache of heroin. The former detective is coerced into investigating its disappearance after aseries of threats aimed at his five-year-old grandson.

Against a backdrop of hired contract killers, international drug syndicates and overseas terroristorganisations, the ex-DI has to work alone.

When his enquiries lead him to St Mary's 11th century church, in the picturesque village of Oxley, he follows an ever lengthening trail of murder victims to a brutal and unexpected conclusion.

'A rollercoaster ride of a novel where the twists and turns just keep coming... well written and researched... fast moving... finely drawn characters' - John Michael Doyle - author of The Last Coachman and This Bitter Land.

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