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By R. D. Wingfield

A serial killer is terrorizing the senior voters of Denton, and the neighborhood police are succumbing to a flu epidemic. drained and demoralized, the strength has to cope with a probably ideal younger couple affliction arson assaults and demise threats, a suspicious suicide, burglaries, pornographic movies, poison-pen letters...

In doubtful cost of the investigations is Detective Inspector Jack Frost, crumpled, slapdash and foul-mouthed as ever. He attempts to manage regardless of insufficient back-up, yet there's by no means adequate time; the unsolved crimes pile up and the vicious killings cross on. So Frost has to chop corners and take hazards, figuring out that his Divisional Commander will throw him to the wolves if something is going unsuitable. And for Frost, issues continually pass wrong...

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That was when I called in the police . . not that it did us any damn good. The next day our ornamental pond was full of dead fish. They’d been poisoned. The maniac had poured bleach in. ’ Gilmore’s head shot up. ’ asked Gilmore. ‘Of course I didn’t recognize it. ’ Gilmore flushed. It would almost be worth his job to smack the smug bastard one in the mouth. ’ ‘It was obviously disguised. Very soft, almost a whisper. ’ ‘Things came through the post - newspaper cuttings, obituaries of people called Compton, or reports of killings or sudden deaths with the victim’s name crossed out and our name written in.

Leaning against the snorting with impatience, a middle-aged man waited. He raised his eyebrows to the ceiling as Gilmore entered, inviting him to share his disgust at the treatment meted out to rate-paying members of the public. ‘My car’s been pinched. They won’t accept details over the phone - that’s too bloody easy. ’ A balding, uniformed sergeant with a mournful face came in. This was Bill Wells, pushing forty, tired and fed up. Today should have been his rest day. ‘Right, Mr Wilkins. ’ The sergeant shrugged.

I’d like to talk to Susan’s mother,’ said Gilmore. ’ Duffy leapt from the chair and stood by the door to bar their way. ‘It’s all right, sir,’ said Frost. ’ He jerked a thumb at Gilmore. ’ Gilmore glared at Frost. Right, you sod. Mullett wants the dirt on you, I’ll find it for him. With a curt nod at Duffy, he followed the inspector out. The sobbing from the kitchen was much softer, weaker. The mother had cried herself to exhaustion. Outside in the car they watched as a hearse pulled up to collect the body for the post-mortem.

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