The latest D.I. Faraday novel, The Price Of Darkness by Graham Hurley starts off with what looks like a professional hit on a property developer. The dead man was involved in an M.O.D. site in Portsmouth with potentially rich pickings.Â Then a government minister is assassinated. Whatâ€™s the connection? Also, thereâ€™s a problem with ex-copper and Faradayâ€™s old sparring partner Paul Winter who is now working for Bazza Mackenzie, Pompeyâ€™s leading crime lord. But has he really left the side of the angels? Hurley just gets better and better, and this book is his best so far. Elvis McBeth
Book Review: The Prince of Darkness by Graham Hurley
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