His name is Winston Leonard Spencer Hargreaves, but Detective Inspector Hargreaves of Wiltshire Police is ‘Spence’, even to the Chief Constable. Spence loves his daughter, his work and his solitude. For decades he had worshipped the god of the blues and prayed in the church of St Eric of Clapton the divine. However, his world is rocked by the murder of a local school Deputy Headmaster. Is it sex, professional jealousy, is it the vengeance of a wronged wife, a gay lover spurned or nothing more than a random attack or robbery gone wrong? Spence and his meticulous DS Nigel Ferguson are soon relishing the complexities of another case. But this time they are facing things even Spence had never experienced. Soon the investigation will lead Spence and his team into a strange world of obsession, fantasy and fetish whose tentacles spread far and wide across southern England…
“Malicious Obsession” is the first of A L Masters’ “Spence Hargreaves” stories. Once you have tasted one, you will be demanding the next and the next…
Spence Hargreaves has been luxuriating in a local blues festival, held in wintry Malmesbury. It is not quite his god, Eric, but it was pretty good. But then his world is turned upside down as he and his Superintendent receive a bizarre communication. Follow Spence Hargreaves and his team as they are hurled into their latest investigation. ‘Spence’ finds himself drawn into the deluded world of a serial-killer, and this time things get very personal. Will Spence and his team be able to unravel the sick world into which they have been thrust? As things deteriorate, it seems that only disaster looms as a media frenzy threatens to jeapordise the investigation while the killer teases and plays with Spence’s mind.
“Delusions of Grandeur” is the second of the “Spence Hargreaves” stories, following on from “Malicious Obsession”. You’ll be wanting more…
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Everything is separate, is unrelated, we are all living our own separate lives. Or are we? Is there a thread linking randomness together as in a six degrees of separation world or is that just a myth? Spence Hargreaves, Swindon’s highly experienced and feted leading officer, is to be sorely tested. And not only do he and his team have cases to unravel but they will also be pushed to the extremes as they attempt to set their own moral compass. “The Evil of Virtue” is the third “Spence Hargreaves” story that takes readers into a world, not only where they are trying to outsmart DI Hargreaves but where they are themselves questioned about what they believe. Is there such a thing as evil? Is there such a thing as virtue? “The Evil of Virtue” is an edge of the seat crime drama that will keep the reader turning those pages.
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