DCI Warren Jones is back and this might be his most dangerous case yet
The latest DCI Warren Jones full-length, A Price to Pay, is out in June and is available to pre-order.
Others in the series are on offer for just 99p!
A Price to Pay.
If you play with fire, you’re going to get burned…
It should be an easy solve: a murder in broad daylight with two eyewitnesses. But the victim is the son of a notorious local crime family who has a habit of hitting on other men’s wives; the witnesses are Serbian nationals who speak limited English.
For DCI Warren Jones, this is his most challenging case yet. As the suspects pile up, the victim’s family work to protect their son’s memory by destroying any evidence that could betray his criminal past – or might have led to his killer.
Somehow Warren must uncover the truth about the murder – but there are secrets at the heart of the case more dangerous than anyone could have imagined, and the fallout could tear Warren’s team apart…
Paul Gitsham started his career as a biologist. After gaining a PhD in molecular biology, he worked in laboratories in Manchester and Toronto, before retraining as a science teacher. Along the way he had spells as the world’s most over-qualified receptionist and spent time working for a major UK bank, ensuring that terrorists, foreign dictators and other international ne’er do wells hadn’t embarrassed the institution by managing to deposit their ill-gotten gains in a Children’s Trust Fund. Paul’s final school reports from primary school said that he would never achieve anything if his handwriting didn’t improve. A somewhat kinder note urged him to become the next Roald Dahl. If anything his handwriting has got worse and unless Mr Dahl also wrote police procedurals under a pseudonym, he has failed on both counts. Paul is the author of the DCI Warren Jones series, numbering ten books, all of which have spent time in the Amazon best-seller charts. Paul is a member of the Crime Writers Association and the International Thriller Writers organisation and lives with his fiancé in the East of England in a house with more books than shelf space.
Buy your copy here: