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The Third House

The Third House

T. M. Keya


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Detective Mulligan has a problem. His most important informer, Hunter, his lead witness against the criminal houses of London's underground has been murdered, alongside a woman he presumes is a hooker. His case against the Houses, is as dead as Hunter. Mulligan has no choice, he must bring in Calcain, a former star police detective and bane of Scotland Yard after horrific violence and brutal interactions with the criminal underworld earned him the name ‘Demon in the long coat'.
Banished to Soho by the police and the leaders of the criminal underworld, Calcain is brought out of his early retirement to solve the murder for Mulligan. Calcain himself however, has an ulterior motive for readily accepting.

Mixing violence with compassion and intelligence against pure animal instincts, can Calcain solve the murder before London is embroiled in an explosive war between the ruling Houses? Will he succeed in his aim to bring the Houses down? And will London survive the return of the monster that is the ‘Demon in the long coat'?

ISBN : 978-1-80074-779-1

Published: 26/01/2023

Pages : 339

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

T. M. Keya

Tom Keya is an award-winning lawyer, founder and entrepreneur with a passion for history, culture, and in particular, big urban cities. Having lived in the middle east, London, and spent a great deal of time in New York, his inspiration comes from traditional noir and neo noir fiction as well as actual ancient historical events. With his passion for mental health awareness, his works focus on normalising mental health problems and bringing them out of the taboo and towards open and clear treatment.

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