Fourth title is Simon Hall's TV Detective series.
A terrorist outrage in a sacred building shocks the country. But that is just the start of the scandal which is about to unfold.
Television reporter Dan Groves lies unconscious in a hospital bed. Outside, Britain is transfixed by the bombing, a radical Islamic plot, a secret service double-cross, and a murderous cover-up.
And two questions –
What role could Dan have played in exposing the scandal, when he lay sedated as the story broke?
And where does the Balance of Guilt lie?
Praise for Simon Hall:
“Fiendishly clever” The Scotsman
“A compelling thriller … difficult to put down.” New Books Magazine
Simon Hall is the BBC Crime Correspondent for the Devon and Cornwall area. Simon is 42 years old and lives with his wife in Exeter.
Simon Hall is the BBC Crime Correspondent for the Devon and Cornwall area. His step up from the relative calm of environment correspondent to that of ‘home affairs’, or crime reporting, provided the catalyst for this dark and deadly novel. This is Simon’s second book. His first, ‘A Popular Murder’, was strongly commended and received widespread media coverage. Simon is 38 years old and lives with his wife in Plymouth.
Visit Simon at:
His Website: www.thetvdetective.com
His Twitter - @thetvdetective