How difficult could this case be?
Private investigator Sam Dyke soon learns, however, that Frank Wallace, the client, hasn’t revealed the whole truth. And in the world of secret intelligence in which Wallace has earned his living for the last forty years, it’s probable the truth has rarely seen the light of day.
Dyke travels into London and out of his comfort zone, soon finding himself tangled in a web of deceit in which Government Intelligence services, mysterious blondes, private security firms and vintage Blues music are all bound together. Only he can clear a path through to find out what everyone really wants—and not just what they say they want.
The Strange Girl, the last Sam Dyke thriller, was described as ‘diverting’ by trade bible The Bookseller, with Sam Dyke being ‘Crewe’s answer to Philip Marlowe’. The Secret Sharers is the latest exciting instalment in this action-packed series.
Several years ago Keith Dixon realised that he wanted to give up work and write fiction full time.
Since then he’s written six novels featuring private eye Sam Dyke and published a non-crime book, Actress. He’s also given up work.
The fifth Sam Dyke Investigation, The Strange Girl, was published in September, 2014 and the sixth, The Secret Sharers, is published on 1st May, 2015.
He’s currently sharing his time between the UK and France.
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