Darkchapel

By Viktor Slater

Crime & mystery, Thriller | Paperback, eBook


Three women have been brutally murdered in Whitechapel, but this is not London in the 1880s, this is the present day. The media are in a frenzy over a new 'Jack The Ripper' stalking the streets of the East End and the Metropolitan Police investigation, Operation Darkchapel, is overwhelmed with suspects and forensic evidence. However they have nothing leading to the killer. More officers are recruited to the investigation, but two new sergeants are unwelcome. Sergeant ‘Gui’ Guidonis is erratic, unconventional and has a hidden past. Sergeant Markus Inglefield, once a high flying Superintendent, was demoted to sergeant shortly after he first worked with Gui. No one knows why. Sergeant Kirstin Toogood is assigned as their babysitter. She had hoped working on the high profile investigation would leapfrog her career and lead to promotion. Instead, the seemingly twisted minds of Gui and Markus doggedly follow unorthodox lines of inquiry and drag her into a world the rich and powerful try to hide. Soon Toogood's hopes of just keeping her job look as dead as the Ripper’s victims. Will this new Ripper be uncovered? And what will be the cost?


Less...

Three women have been brutally murdered in Whitechapel, but this is not London in the 1880s, this is the present day. The media are in a frenzy over a new 'Jack The Ripper' stalking the streets of the East End and the Metropolitan Police investigation, Operation Darkchapel, is overwhelmed with suspects and forensic evidence. However they have nothing leading to the killer. More officers are recruited to the investigation, but two new sergeants are unwelcome. Sergeant ‘Gui’ Guidonis is erratic, unconventional and has a hidden past. Sergeant Markus Inglefield, once a high flying Superintendent, was demoted to sergeant shortly after he first worked with Gui. No one knows why. Sergeant Kirstin Toogood is assigned as their babysitter. She had hoped working on the high profile investigat...


More...


I enjoy good stories; reading them and writing them. One of the greatest feelings I get from reading is that moment when, 20 pages from the end, and you really should be doing something else, you just have to keep going until you finish the story. The other feeling I get from a good story is when I have finished it and there is that sweet bitter realization I have read a fantastic book, but unfortunately it is over.



Links

Blog Website
Login
admin

iAuthor

Just now

Make your presence felt. Be the first to post!

    1463861044 social-instagram-new-square1 Io6eZONw-01 Add to footer
Sitemap | Terms & Conditions
Privacy & Data

© 2018 iAuthor Ltd
Design: Splash | Web: MWW
partner-member BAI logo smaller