A man has been mutilated and left to drown on the incoming tide, handcuffed in his van. With the murder bearing a striking resemblance to a string of sadistic killings carried out with surgical precision in 1990s gangland Manchester, it can mean only one thing: the killer is back.
Transferred to the Major Investigation Team, DI Nick Dixon is assigned a new partner and sent to Manchester. Meanwhile, the gruesome murders in Somerset continue.
Convinced of a connection with the unsolved gangland killings, and with the odds stacked against him, Dixon takes the ultimate gamble, determined to bring the killer to justice before it’s too late.
But is it the same killer? If so, why has he resurfaced now? And how many more must die?
The highly anticipated seventh novel in the bestselling DI Nick Dixon Crime Series.
‘Such an amazing believable story with plenty of twists and turns. I love a book that can bring on lots of emotions and this does not fail. I laughed, cried, held my breath and cried again…’
‘As with all the books in this series it is well written and full of action. Twists and turns all the way through but it is the last pages that sum up all the work and effort the team put into this case. I really like the main character…and hope there will be many more to come from the author.’
‘Heads or Tails…sees him graduate to full blown master of intrigue and story telling. I put Heads or Tails right up there with the best of Ian Rankin’s Rebus novels…’
‘No unnecessary drama but instead an exciting plot structure, lots of twists that actually make sense in terms of the whole storyline, the probably most gentle soft little romance plot of all time and wonderful descriptions of the beautiful English landscape. And THAT SCENE, oh my, I still get goosebumbs from reading about Jane opening the door to Louise, not knowing what news she’ll bring, and the whole chapter were a master-class in honest character description and the fact that there was so much suspense without any nonsense-constructed-drama made it one of my favourite scenes of all time.’