By Roger Ormerod
Fifteen months in the past Cliff Summers was once brutally assaulted.
Recovered, even if nonetheless struggling with reminiscence loss, Cliff returns to his homeland without task, no domestic and no clients.
Also newly again is Tony Clayton, an area storage proprietor who’s simply been published from legal after serving time for the assault on Cliff.
Cliff’s plan to disregard the attack and rebuild his existence is scuppered while the 2 males meet.
Not in basic terms is Clayton adamant that he’s been wrongly accused – his spouse has long past lacking, and he desires Cliff’s support.
It quickly turns into visible that Cliff’s misplaced reminiscence is the foremost to this and a number of other mysteries.
And with assistance from lovely Nicola Waldon – who has changed him in his function as Social protection Inspector – Cliff starts off to enquire the occasions of that fateful day.
But Cliff’s reminiscence is patchy, and as he isn’t even convinced of who he rather is he can’t be sure of his point of involvement within the crimes that emerge.
Faced with murders, disappearances, drug-dealing and blackmail, Cliff and Nicola quickly locate themselves out in their depth…
And in a short time 'A dying To Remember' turns into most unlikely to flee.
'A dying To Remember' is a chilling secret tale that's ideal for enthusiasts of Nikki French and Peter Robinson.
Praise for Roger Ormerod:
‘The tale gallops in addition to an impossible to resist momentum...always fascinating...the form is close to excellent. The characterisation is just right, the events dramatic and compelling, the fashion monetary and full of life. What extra can a ebook supply, or a reader ask?’ - Reginald Hill
"Eclectic, underrated Ormerod will be relied upon to come back up with the startling goods" Sunday instances
"I am joyful to announce that the detective novel remains to be alive and good in Mr Ormerod's skillful palms " The Spectator,
"Fast-moving, with well-orchestrated jiggery-pokery; now not not like an early Dick Francis in tone and method” instances Literary complement
Roger Ormerod (1920-2005) used to be a prolific author of inventive and densely plotted crime novels - a few 35 in all - which have been released within the united kingdom and the us. He lived in Wolverhampton and among different issues labored as a civil servant and as a Social protection inspector – backgrounds which he made complete use of in his fiction, as he did together with his spare time activities of portray and images.