Black Daffodil (Trevor Joseph Detective Book 4)

Black Daffodil (Trevor Joseph Detective Book 4)

Katherine John

Language: English

Pages: 244

ISBN: B00R3GTLW2

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Detective Trevor Joseph has his work cut out with the advent of a new Welsh synthetically produced drug—black daffodil and its impact on the criminal fraternities operating in and around Cardiff Bay and the Welsh Valleys.

This is a new release of a previously published edition.

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want to call in the estate agent’s.’ ‘You want to move to Wales?’ Given the theatrical emphasis Peter had put on the last word, Trevor thought it would be disappointing if their role-playing didn’t have an audience. ‘This city is booming. The right property here would be a gilt-edged investment. A penthouse with rental prospects appeals. It’s a sin to leave hard-earned money lying idle.’ Peter opened the balcony doors and stepped outside. Trevor joined him. The sky was navy blue, punctuated by

want to call in the estate agent’s.’ ‘You want to move to Wales?’ Given the theatrical emphasis Peter had put on the last word, Trevor thought it would be disappointing if their role-playing didn’t have an audience. ‘This city is booming. The right property here would be a gilt-edged investment. A penthouse with rental prospects appeals. It’s a sin to leave hard-earned money lying idle.’ Peter opened the balcony doors and stepped outside. Trevor joined him. The sky was navy blue, punctuated by

‘Don’t you dare hang up now you’ve woken me,’ she snapped irritably. ‘Did you really telephone just to ask how I was?’ ‘I was worried about you.’ ‘What’s going on?’ She sat up in bed. ‘Nothing.’ ‘Funny nothing. A squad came round tonight. They asked if anyone had telephoned me about you. When I said no, they asked if I’d seen any strangers hanging around my place or at work. I pointed out that there are always strangers hanging around my workplace.’ ‘You can’t talk like this on the phone. I

as he ran towards the lifts. ‘Expectant fathers, eh?’ Peter offered Dan a cigar. ‘I’ll talk to you when it’s time for you to hold your wife’s hand. Speaking of which, Daisy’s here.’ ‘She would be. She works here.’ ‘You called her in the early hours.’ ‘How do you …’ Peter looked at Dan. ‘I might have bloody known. You packed listening devices and transmitters into our phones.’ ‘She must love you to let you call her at that hour.’ ‘She does actually. And if you were listening in, you’d know

Dan I’m about to make an honest woman of you.’ ‘After seeing you, I’ve changed my mind.’ ‘How are things going in there?’ Dan inclined his head towards the maternity ward. ‘They should be fine now. Lyn has been driving the midwives to distraction. She insisted she wanted to hang on until Trevor arrived. To our amazement, she succeeded.’ ‘This is the hospital you work in, isn’t it Daisy?’ Dan asked. ‘Yes.’ ‘Is there somewhere private we can talk?’ ‘My office. I’ll tell the ward sister to

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