Third case for Nathan Hawk, the whisky-loving ex-copper with an ever-ready temper and a gloomy view of humanity.
The curiosity of his son and the murderous greed of a ruthless politician force Hawk to not only investigate a disturbing missing person's case but defend the thing he loves the most, his family.
The author has penned many a TV show including Midsomer Murders and Z-Cars and it shows in the clever plot and cracking pace.
When the chance discovery of a metallic plate used to hold human bones together sets a few noses twitching in Hawk's local area - not least that of his son Jaikie, flushed from recent Hollywood success - he reluctantly promises to look into the matter. Sensing the plate has a disturbing story to tell - a story, which he soon learns, involves a brilliant young engineer and his revolutionary invention, a ruthless politician, greed, altruism and murder - his hunch soon proves correct, and Hawk is forced to defend against an attack on everything he holds dear.
Closing date: 11/10/2018
Publication date: 18/09/2013
Publisher: Indepenpress Publishing Ltd
|Publication date:||18th September 2013|
|Publisher:||Indepenpress Publishing Ltd|
|Genres:||Crime / Mystery, Thriller / Suspense,|
Douglas Watkinson has written literally hundreds of televisions scripts, everything from Z Cars to Midsomer Murders, which he helped to establish. The latter, under the title Inspector Barnaby, has been seen by a billion people. All he’s asking is that one percent of them read Haggard Hawk and Easy Prey... Douglas was born into an army family and educated at Haberdashers’ Aske’s. From there, though indirectly, he went to East 15 Acting School where his first plays were performed. On graduating he bombarded television companies with plays and eventually one was produced by Scottish Television.&...More About Douglas Watkinson