Then again, her health isn’t what it used to be—and this time, there’s a distinct possibility she could wind up dead . .
Plenty of retirees have hobbies; Gloria’s just happens to be murderous . . . An entertaining new crime thriller by the author of Bang Bang, You’re Dead.
At this stage of her life, Gloria Jones just wants peace, quiet, and as little stress as possible. But her habit of helping others in need is hard to break—even when it gets her into trouble.
So when Gloria encounters a distraught young girl and learns about a shadowy London gang of human traffickers exploiting women, she simply can’t let such injustice stand. After all, it’s not the first time she has stopped vicious criminals from hurting someone . . .
Then again, her health isn’t what it used to be—and this time, there’s a distinct possibility she could wind up dead . . .
Reviews for the Book
This is a story of coming out October 28, 2022. The paperback is available for order. This is about a delightful character name Gloria Jones, she haves a habit of helping people, she like a ruthless vigilante. she is not an any ordinary old Lady, Shi seeing injustice everywhere, she a determined and ruthless killer, striking back against violent criminals throughout the country, Gloria stands of for those who can't stand for themselves. Gloria's cause to rid society of criminals destroying decent people's lives. Detective Chief Inspector Juliet Simpson working for the National Crime Agency for just three weeks, have been successful in her job. partly because of intervention of her ex-lover, assistant Commissioner Graeme Skelton, who removed her as head of Operation Chiddingstone. And another person is character Detective Constable Stuart Graves an experience officer with ten years as a detective under his belt. His fair hair too long for an officer. This story is gripping exciting, entertaining, remarkable, sensational and spectacularly great. I enjoyed reading this novel. - Kindle Customer
About the Author: Evan Baldock
Evan was born in Pembury, Kent in 1956 and attended grammar school in Tunbridge Wells.
He left the Metropolitan Police after 30 years service in 2011, serving as one of the countries first Football Intelligence Officers until 1996, then transferring to West End Central, where for 15 years he worked in Soho.
For several years Evan helped run the Soho Unit, specialising in combating drug dealing in the West End. During his career he frequently ran test purchase and buy-bust operations against drug dealers, resulting in the seizure of large amounts of drugs, and the successful prosecution of over 200 dealers, many of whom received lengthy prison sentences.
After retiring from the Metropolitan police, Evan opened ‘Sweet Expectations’ in Rochester, Kent, the UK’s first vegetarian sweet shop.
In 2016 he sold the shop business and retired, before taking up writing in January 2019.
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