A Case Gone Cold (novella) (DCI Warren Jones)

A Case Gone Cold (novella) (DCI Warren Jones) By Paul Gitsham, A Case Gone Cold novella DCI Warren Jones Highly recommended Crime Writing at its very best Kate Rhodes on The Last Straw book in the DCI Warren Jones series When an open and shut burglary case lands on DCI Warren Jones desk he suspects i
  • Title: A Case Gone Cold (novella) (DCI Warren Jones)
  • Author: Paul Gitsham
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  • Page: 308
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  • A Case Gone Cold (novella) (DCI Warren Jones) By Paul Gitsham, Highly recommended Crime Writing at its very best Kate Rhodes on The Last Straw, book 1 in the DCI Warren Jones series When an open and shut burglary case lands on DCI Warren Jones desk, he suspects it s come to the wrong detective until he learns a tantalizing detail Despite the suspect having admitted to the crime after being found with the stolen goods, DNA fo Highly recommended Crime Writing at its very best Kate Rhodes on The Last Straw, book 1 in the DCI Warren Jones series When an open and shut burglary case lands on DCI Warren Jones desk, he suspects it s come to the wrong detective until he learns a tantalizing detail Despite the suspect having admitted to the crime after being found with the stolen goods, DNA found at the scene does not match the man currently on bail but is a match to an unsolved, violent rape case dating back to 1992.With their man in custody refusing to talk, Warren must embark on a manhunt for the mystery accomplice And so begins a game of cat and mouse that will test Warren s rawest instincts and resolve and throw up a shocking twist.
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      The first book I ever wrote was a novelization of ET I was five years old, had a yellow pencil, an exercise book with ET on the front and boundless enthusiasm After being told the devastating news that I couldn t write ET because it had already been done, I resolved to write my own stories They were still somewhat derivative a time travelling detective who drives a sports car that can A talk to him and B needs to hit 120 mph to time travel I was a kid of the eighties, feel free to look for influences.I dabbled with writing through school and university, but it wasn t until a spell of under employment the politically correct term for sitting on my arse as a receptionist whilst looking for a position suited to my PhD that I entered NaNoWriMo I never hit that vaunted 50,000 words but I DID put down 30K of speculative fiction and started to take things a bit seriously.As always, life intervenes and that story slowly bloomed to a disorganised mess of about 70k over the next few years It s still there, tucked away on the hard drive and I ve promised myself that one day I will come back to it.By now though, somebody else was starting to whisper in my ear I d always wanted to write a detective novel, but had struggled to come up with a protagonist that I really connected with or one that didn t seem a rehash or bad pastiche of my favourite existing characters And that was when DCI Warren Jones started to nag me Loudly And Insistently I wrote that first draft in less than six months I m now up to novel number three The first in the series will be published by Carina UK Harlequin at the beginning of 2014, with the next two coming later.And as for the future Well Warren has lots stories to tell and then there s that first, aborted attempt at speculative fiction I reread it the other day and you know what It isn t that bad

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