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Still One of the Family

Michael Hill

Tony Saville grew up a tough, uncompromising East London teenage gang leader and family bookmaker's debt collector.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-730-7
Published : 25/02/2021
Pages : 320
Size : 156x234
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Michael Hill

Michael Hill was born into an East London working class family in 1943, where he lived until his teens when his parents moved to a Newtown council estate, although remaining close to their extended family East London roots.

After retiring early from an engineering career due to osteoarthritis requiring multiple joint replacements Michael offset the boring inactivity of convalescence with regular writing, keeping in touch with family and friends, including enlightening them with colourful reminiscences of past experiences and accumulated tales.

With family encouragement, he expanded into writing.

This book ‘Still One of the Family' is his first novel.

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About Book

Tony Saville grew up a tough, uncompromising East London teenage gang leader and family bookmaker's debt collector. More a vigilante with morals and a lot of charm, a neighbourhood PC persuades Tony to join the police. Relocated to East Anglia, and promoted to Inspector, he never relinquishes his family roots.
When morally bound to mete out unofficial justice to honour a colleague, Tony turns to his old lifestyle reaching the attention of an ambitious Assistant Chief Constable with similar ideals, who lures Tony into joining his team.
Reaching a crossroads, trapped as an unassuming mercenary for the ACC's ambitions, Tony must choose between returning to the principles of the force or descending into the darker, exciting lifestyle of his youth.
‘He who rides a tiger cannot dismount.'
Still One of the Family is a new crime fiction novel about the moral dilemmas facing officers tackling crime in their own way.

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