'They found him – I take it you've been informed already?'
'Yes, Sir. I'm aware.'
I try to make myself comfortable. The chair's hard and I'm tired. Of course I've been informed. They found him all right – what was left of him.
A career-driven girl from the Midlands who has achieved a great deal for her age. She joined TVP on promotion and was soon plunged into the centre of the action for DCI Moran’s second case, ‘Creatures of Dust’. She showed great bravery and initiative when attacked at home by a would-be assassin
A big guy with a big personality. Born and raised in East London, he is a family man with a passion for English Literature. He is a great friend of DCI Moran’s, and despite his early retirement on health grounds, is still a regular contributor to Moran’s casebook.
A loner, but not a natural loner. Born and raised initially near Cork and later in Co. Kerry after his parents moved away during his teens, he was left in the care of the Hannigan family where he met and fell in love with Janice, the Hannigans' eldest daughter.
Popped down the M4 to Bristol yesterday to attend CrimeFest 2022 where the CWA Dagger Awards Shortlists were due to be announced along with the Margery Allingham Short Mystery Award. Very surprised and chuffed to be announced as the winner, so many thanks to the Margery Allingham Society for choosing 'Locked In', the concept for which has been flitting between my disparate neuronal junctions for quite a while. As you can imagine, I'm very glad that I finally committed it to paper – or laptop, to be more precise – and that the Society considered it to be the overall best...