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When the body of journalist Duncan Brown is found in the back of a rubbish truck, Inspector John Carlyle is thrown into the middle of a scandal that threatens to expose the corrupt links between the police, the political establishment, and the hugely powerful Zenger media group. Hunting down Brown's killer, Carlyle finds himself going head to head with his nemesis, Trevor Miller.

A former police officer turned security adviser to the Prime Minister, Miller has dirty money in his pockets and other people's blood on his hands. Untouchable until now, he is prepared to kill again to protect his position. Inspector John Carlyle gets the shock of his life when his mother announces she is getting a divorce after 50 years of marriage.

But that's nothing compared to the storm that erupts when he stumbles across an execution of a wealthy businessman in a luxury London hotel room. The victim is the latest in a line of bodies being left across London by a ruthless Israeli hit squad. Going up against this deadly crew could prove to be fatal to Carlyle, but compared to his troubles at home, however, tracking them is something of a relief.

But the body count continues to rise and then it gets personal Hunting down a paeodophile priest, Carlyle finds himself up against his old adversary, Christian Holyrod.

The Mayor of London is responsible for hosting an upcoming visit by the Pope and does not want any more scandals involving the Catholic Church. Carlyle, however, is not prepared to let crimes slide, putting him on a collision course with both the mayor and the church. Without his sympathetic boss, Carole Simpson, to protect him, could this be the end of the line for Carlyle? When French gangster Tuco Martinez threatens Carlyle and his family, the inspector has to call on the resources and skills of Dominic Silver to try and see him off.

But Dom won't do all the dirty work and so Carlyle has to go into hiding. Cut off from his home turf, both literally and metaphorically, Carlyle struggles to cope with the situation while meanwhile, back in London, the charismatic major, Christian Holroyd, is finally spiraling completely out of control.

When Julian Schaeffer is shot in front of his son in a London park, suspicion falls on his estranged wife.

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The woman has a seemingly watertight alibi, but Carlyle - trying to make the best of a difficult relationship with his new sergeant, Umar Sligo - won't stop digging. But the body count continues to rise and then it gets personal Can Carlyle sweep the killers from London's streets before more innocent people die?

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Hunting down a paeodophile priest, Carlyle finds himself up against his old adversary Christian Holyrod. The Mayor of London is responsible for hosting an upcoming visit by the Pope and does not want any more scandals involving the Catholic church. Carlyle, however, is not prepared to let crimes side, putting him on a collision course with both the mayor and the church.

Without his sympathetic boss, Carole Simpson, to protect him, could this be the end of the line for Carlyle?

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Never one to fight only one battle at a time, he also has to deal with an armed robbery at an upscale jewellers in Mayfair When French gangster Tuco Martinez threatens Carlyle and his family, the inspector has to call on the resources and skills of Dominic Silver to try and see him off. Cut off from his home turf, both literally and metaphorically, Carlyle struggles to cope with the situation. Meanwhile, back in London, the charismatic major, Christian Holroyd, is finally spiralling completely out of control….

When Julian Schaeffer is shot in front of his son in a London park, suspicion falls on his estranged wife. Focused on the Schaeffer case, the inspector is not too interested when Daniel Sands is hauled in to Charing Cross, accused of kidnapping. Worried about his own personal profile, Carlyle is slow to notice several alarming cases involving missing schoolgirls.

A Man of Sorrows (Inspector Carlyle, book 6) by James Craig

Yorkshire, June War is raging between the police and striking mine workers. New recruit John Carlyle is sent up from London to man the picket lines. But when seventy-eight year old rose grower and political activist Beatrice Slater is found dead, the young constable's tour of duty takes a dramatic turn. With the internal security service watching his every move, local police chief Rob Holt is under pressure to make a quick arrest. Sins of the Fathers Inspector Carlyle Book 8.


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Verified Purchase. Not a great story, not very well told. Not particularly literate. No imagery there to delight the reader. Seldom a good turn of phrase. Lots of profanity. Plot is thin. Too many characters, and they aren't developed into real people. They are just a vehicle for telling a story. There's nobody in the piece that one can really like or identify with.

We don't get to know them, really. And in the second half of the book I kept thinking, "isn't it late to be introducing more and more characters? Plods along like most police procedurals which is not exactly a minus because that is typical of the genre.