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The Cocaine Trilogy by Roger Busby
The Cocaine Trilogy

The Cocaine Trilogy

Hunter is book 1 of a trilogy which chronicles police operations to smash an international drugs cartel bent on flooding Britain with Colombian cocaine. Snowman is book 2 in the Cocaine Trilogy. At a seemingly abandoned farmhouse, an inexperienced woman detective trips a booby-trap wire and is killed instantly. Crackshot is the final book in the Cocaine trilogy.

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Crackshot by Roger Busby
Crackshot

Crackshot: Book III - The Cocaine Trilogy

When the notorious Brown Bag Bandit is captured in a street shoot out after robbing a New York bank, law enforcement agencies on both sides of the Atlantic seize the opportunity to use him in a last ditch bid to smash The Enterprise, an international drugs cartel bent on flooding Britain with cocaine. Scotland Yard DS Tony Rowley and NYPD detective Vince Walker from Manhattan's Mid Town South Precinct are assigned to the operation, but both have agendas of their own.

With mad dog gangsters closing in for the kill, Rowley knows only one desperate throw of the dice can save him, and Walker is determined that, however valuable he might be to Uncle Sam, the Bandit shall not escape justice.

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Snowman by Roger Busby
Snowman

Snowman: Book II - The Cocaine Trilogy

Three detectives trapped in nightmares from the past.

The Englishman: Scotland Yard crime intelligence sergeant Tony Rowley sentenced to death by London gangsters.
The American: Federal narcotics agent Jack Monroe reliving flashback horrors of the Vietnam war.
The German: Kriminal Hauptkommissar Rainer Wolfe haunted by the Munich Olympics massacre.

When an undercover policewoman dies in a booby-trapped Devon farmhouse their paths cross on the trail of a shadowy international crime cartel bent on flooding Britain with the angel dust of crack, rock and freebase cocaine.

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Hunter by Roger Busby
Hunter

Hunter: Book I - The Cocaine Trilogy

Hunter is book one of a trilogy which chronicles police operations to smash an international drugs cartel bent on flooding Britain with Colombian cocaine. The chain of events begin when London gangsters pull off a bullion robbery to finance the drugs deal, but as police move in to thwart their plans suddenly a double murder throws a spanner in the works.

Drawing on an insiders knowledge of police procedure, with Hunter Roger Busby begins a roller coaster ride through the labyrinth of major crime where nothing is quite what it seems.

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Trafalgar Dispatches - From our own correspondant
Trafalgar Dispatches
From our own correspondant

Trafalgar Dispatches: From our own correspondant

What was it like to fight at Trafalgar? How would the modern media report the greatest sea battle of the Georgian era which still resonates today? A victory against all odds which secured the pre-eminence of the Royal Navy and heralded Pax Britannica, Britain's dominance of the seas for a hundred years; a victory which etched the name of a fallen hero, Admiral Horatio Nelson deep into the nation's psyche.

Naval combat correspondent John Pretty was embedded with the Fleet, witnessed the action first hand, interviewed Admirals and sailors alike for a unique insight into the strategy of war at sea in the age of sail. These are his eye-witness reports. This is the story of Trafalgar.

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South Bank Blue - The Reckoning
South Bank Blue:
The Reckoning

South Bank Blue: The Reckoning

When down on his luck used car salesman Charlie Gittings takes a lady for a test drive he's swept away for a roller coaster crime ride through the streets of South London.

Then there's old time Met detective Mitch Morgan hunting the brutal killer of a girl washed up from the Thames in a case dubbed by the media "the mermaid murder."

Down river, a veteran robber is tooling up for one last spetacular job.
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