By R.D. Wingfield
"Frost is a most appropriate construction, a pass among Rumpole and Columbo." --The Times
Denton is having greater than its fair proportion of crime. A serial killer is murdering neighborhood prostitutes; a guy demolishing his backyard shed uncovers a long-buried skeleton; there's an armed theft at a neighborhood minimart and a ram raid at a jewellers.
But Detective Inspector Jack Frost's major hindrance is for the security of a lacking eight-year-old, and shortly after one other lady is said lacking, her physique is found... raped and strangled.
Then Frost's major suspect hangs himself in his telephone, leaving a word blaming Frost for riding him to suicide.
Coarse, insubordinate and fearless, DI Jack Frost is in deep trouble.
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Go ahead, Taff,' urged Frost. 'We're all friends here. ' 'Nothing like that, guv. It's about Gladstone. When I took him back to the flat. ' prompted Frost. 37 'When I went back to the flat with him, he was up the stairs and in the room before I could stop him. ' Frost's jaw sagged. ' Morgan nodded miserably. ' 'Flaming heck,' said Wells, dropping into the vacant chair. 'I've heard some stupid things in my time-' 'Yes,' cut in Frost, 'mainly about me. ' Wells strained his ears. ' Reluctantly, Wells left, taking his time, hoping to hear more, but Frost waited patiently until the sergeant was out of earshot.
From inside the room came the crackle of heavy duty plastic being unfolded and then the hiss of the long zip on the body bag. Liz closed the door. 'A prostitute killed by a punter . . could be the same man who killed Linda Roberts, which is one of my cases. ' Frost had doubts that the two cases were connected - tonight's tom hadn't been tortured - but if Liz took over, she would have to attend the crack of 31 dawn autopsy and he could have a few hours' lie-in. 'It's yours, love,' he told her.
That's your catch phrase. I can forgive you letting that drunk maul the corpse last night, but sodding up the recording of the big fight. ' Morgan hung his head in shame. 'Chance to redeem yourself. Go and get me a mug of tea and a bacon sandwich and bring it to the murder incident room. ' Frost yawned. He'd had a rotten night. After the fiasco of the big fight video, he'd staggered off to bed just after four, but sleep had stubbornly eluded him. He just lay there, smoking, sucking hard on the cigarette from time to time so he could check the crawl of time on his wristwatch in its red glow.
Winter Frost (Jack Frost series) by R.D. Wingfield