Part of the Jack Crane Trilogy by Charles Hall
The police cannot act without hard evidence, but Crane will get it come what may. Whilst striving to obtain that evidence, he re-discovers his lost love, but is she to be trusted?
When a letter arrives asking for Jack Crane’s help, both his curiosity and his sense of duty lead him from his quiet retirement to the East of England and immediately into trouble.
It will take all of Crane's SAS skills to stop his murderous intent....
'In seeking to establish the facts and unravel the secrets of these and other famous air mysteries, Ralph Barker brings outstanding gifts of graphic description to a subject of compelling power' - The Aeroplane.
This true story of a hijacking and hostages. A disturbing fact-filled book of extreme human experience.
Ralph Barker has taken a story fictionalised by Colin Dexter for an Inspector Morse novel, and exhumed and reconstructed for the first time the true story of the colourful life and mysterious death of the 38-year-old Christina.
A member of the Duke of Norfolk’s illegal private army, George Bullen's 1593 story begins with lost love, and twists its way through death and war to uncover a horrifying secret of the Virgin Queen.
A sporting mystery.
In A Curl Up and Die Day the background of northern Spain and the cycling championships is strikingly realised in an emotional and gripping tale.