Now, all of that effort was about to be challenged by one of the most daunting figures at New Scotland Yard – Superintendent Eric Staines. The Independent Police Complaints Commission were about to take Marks’ life apart, professionally and personally, and Staines, as one of its fiercest inquisitors, was not a man inclined to show mercy.
A month was all that the DCI had to prove his innocence of a range of charges dating back to his days as a detective sergeant. A career spent putting away the dregs of London’s criminal world was to hang in the balance, and he was, he believed, for the first time...alone.
Derbyshire Author and account Neal James says “2008 was a turning point for me. That was the year I came across Pneuma Springs Publishing, and the time when my writing began to take off.
Their publishing of ‘A Ticket to Tewkesbury’ in September of that year came at a point when I was moving from short story writing to full-length novels, and was precisely the springboard that I needed to move into the world of serious literary fiction. Now, with four other books ‘in the locker’ and another planned for 2014, I am grateful for the success that they have helped me achieve.”
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