Gallowstree Lane - The Metropolitan Series (Paperback)
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Gallowstree Lane - The Metropolitan Series (Paperback)

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Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 07/02/2019
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Please don't let me die. Please don't. The final words of teenager Spencer Cardoso as he bleeds out on a London street, his life cut short in a single moment of rage.

Detective Inspector Kieran Shaw's not interested in the infantry. Shaw likes the proper criminals, the ones who can plan things.

For two years he's been painstakingly building evidence against an organized network, the Eardsley Bluds. Operation Perseus is about to make its arrests.

So when a low-level Bluds member is stabbed to death on Gallowstree Lane, Shaw's priority is to protect his operation. An investigation into one of London's tit for tat killings can't be allowed to derail Perseus and let the master criminals go free.

But there's a witness to the murder, fifteen-year-old Ryan Kennedy. Already caught up in Perseus and with the Bluds, Ryan's got his own demons and his own ideas about what's important.

As loyalties collide and priorities clash, a chain of events is triggered that draws in Shaw's old adversary DI Sarah Collins and threatens everyone with a connection to Gallowstree Lane...

"Kate London, the new rising star of crime fiction, is the real thing. Read everything she writes." --Tony Parsons

Publisher: Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781786493385
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
Edition: Main


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Sensational... A brilliant, high-octane crime novel, ringing with the hard-earned wisdom of a former cop. * Tony Parsons, praise for Kate London *
A terrific thriller, it pulls off that near-impossible trick of being not just psychologically acute and beautifully written but rivetingly plotted too. Packed with convincing detail and a full cast of excellent characters it is edge of the seat stuff: Prime Suspect rebooted. * Christobel Kent, praise for Kate London *
An absorbing debut... The author vividly re-creates the everyday experience of uniformed police... The result is a complex novel that offers rare insights into how the police operate. * Sunday Times on Post Mortem *
Intelligent, atmospheric, captivating - this book draws you in and doesn't let you go. A must read. * Rosamund Lupton on Post Mortem *

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Clare Riley

“Fans of The Wire or Broadchurch will love this”

I didn't realise until after I'd finished this, that it was actually the third in the series - not that it made any difference whatsoever to my enjoyment! It's a really well told, gritty police... More

Hardback edition
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“Disappointing.....”

"Gallowstreet Lane" is the third in the Collins and Griffiths series written by Kate London and although I haven't read any in the series before, I feel this could still work as standalone if wished.... More

Hardback edition
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“Recommended Read”

At the heart of this book is a real current topical issue of gang culture within our youths and the devastating impact of knife crime,
This is the third book to feature DI Sarah Collins and DC Lizzie Griffiths and... More

Hardback edition
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