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Angel TouchAngel Touch Newpbk 01 Aug 06
Just Another AngelJust Another Angel Newpbk 01 Aug 06



Paperback - Harpercollins (1996)
Buy at Amazon.co.uk Angel Confidential
See Review by Val McDermid - Gold Dagger winner & creator of Lindsay Gordon, Kate Brannigan & Tony Hill
Almost before he knows it, Angel is on his latest case, which involves a dubious religious cult, an impoverished minor aristocrat with a love of classic cars, a very shady solicitor and his extremely odd wife.


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Paperback - Harpercollins
Angel City
Down on his luck and broke, Angel is forced to get two jobs - and one is definitely dodgy. He is drawn into a series of underworlds, from the twilight world of London's homeless to that of role-playing fantasies, where the monsters suddenly become real and the games aren't so funny any more.


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Paperback - Telos (2006)
Buy at Amazon.co.uk Angel Hunt
London in the late 1980s - the era of Thatcherism and Loadsamoney - is an exciting but sometimes dangerous place to live. Fitzroy Maclean Angel gets by partly through gigging as a jazz trumpet player, partly through taking illegal fares in his de-registered black taxi cab, and partly through…well, just being in the right place at the right time. And, as he often says himself, it's better to be lucky than good. In Angel Hunt, his third escapade, Angel has an old university friend drop in on him - quite literally, as he plummets to his death through a skylight window! And that's just the start of Angel's troubles, as he gets his arm twisted by the police to help with their enquiries into a group of animal rights activists, who might just have something rather more deadly on their minds than a bit of foxhunt sabotage...


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Paperback - Telos (2006)
Buy at Amazon.co.uk Angel Touch
London in the late 1980s - the era of Thatcherism and Loadsamoney - is an exciting but sometimes dangerous place to live. Fitzroy Maclean Angel gets by partly through gigging as a jazz trumpet player, partly through taking illegal fares in his de-registered black taxi cab, and partly through…well, just being in the right place at the right time. And, as he often says himself, it's better to be lucky than good.
In Angel Touch, his second escapade, the streetsmart Angel comes to the aid of his neighbour, the sexy financial analyst Salome, and finds himself carrying out an undercover investigation into an insider trading scam amongst the coked-up whizzkids and mega-rich wheeler-dealers of the City. And things turn even nastier when a fatal car crash turns out to be anything but an accident...


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Paperback - Telos (2006)
Buy at Amazon.co.uk Just Another Angel
London in the late 1980s - the era of Thatcherism and Loadsamoney - is an exciting but sometimes dangerous place to live. Fitzroy Maclean Angel gets by partly through gigging as a jazz trumpet player, partly through taking illegal fares in his de-registered black taxi cab, and partly through…well, just being in the right place at the right time. And, as he often says himself, it's better to be lucky than good.
In Just Another Angel, his debut escapade, the streetsmart Angel meets a beautiful and enigmatic blonde - and that's just the start of his troubles. Hotly pursued by a jail-bird gangster and his thuggish henchman, a maverick cop bent on revenge, and a dogged Inland Revenue inspector, he finds his life becoming more complicated by the minute. And just how an emerald pendant, a women's peace camp and a wad of French francs fit into the picture, he can hardly imagine...


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