East of Innocence is a fast-paced, hard-edged thriller set in Essex – out east, beyond London, and way outside the law.
One man. On the hunt for the truth. On the edge of London. And way outside the law.
Daniel Connell is a disgraced ex-City lawyer now scraping a living in Essex, a man trying to escape the long shadows of his past. When an old childhood friend visits him, asking for his help with a case of police brutality, Daniel wants nothing to do with it. But obligations are obligations, and he soon finds himself on the wrong end of police attention, and dragged into the shady business of a local gangster.
But there is far more at stake than he could ever have anticipated – including the mystery of what happened to his mother, who disappeared months after he was born. Daniel must keep ahead of his pursuers long enough to uncover the bloody mysteries of the past – and the fate of another young woman, too innocent to protect herself in the midst of a dangerous game. Welcome to Essex.
About the Author
David Thorne has worked as a writer for the last 15 years, originally in advertising, then in television and radio comedy. He has written material for many comedians, including Jimmy Carr, Alan Carr, David Mitchell and Bob Mortimer. He was a major contributor to the BAFTA-winning Armstrong and Miller Show, and has worked on shows including Facejacker, Harry and Paul and Alan Carr: Chatty Man. East of Innocence is his first novel.
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Comments about East Of Innocence:
East Of Innocence is an original and gripping tale told in the vernacular of Essex. The characters are vivid and so believable, even the unsavoury ones. You instantly warm to the hero/anti-hero Daniel and his ex-Army mate. David Tjorne is a master storyteller and Ruper Degas is a first-class narrator of this audio book. Can't wait for the next Thorne novel on CD.
Series: Daniel Connell
Format: Audio CD
Published: 1st January 2014
Publisher: Bolinda Publishing
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 13.4 x 14.6
Weight (kg): 0.19
Edition Type: Unabridged