______________'Imagine True Detective, with its nightmarishly-unsettling murder investigation, but set in the south of England in the 1980s, then youre some way to getting a handle on the rather unique tone Noon has brought to this crime story' IndependentA viciously occult murder.A curious clue left on the body.The soundtrack to the murder still playing..._____________It is 1981 and Detective Inspector Henry Hobbes is still reeling in the aftermath of the fire and fury of the Brixton riots. The battle lines of society - and the police force - are being redrawn on a daily basis.With the certainties of his life already sorely tested, a brutal murder will shake his beliefs to their very core once more. The manner of the death and its staged circumstances pose many questions to which there are no obvious answers.To track the murderer, Hobbes must cross boundaries into a subculture hidden beneath the everyday world he thought he knew. His investigation takes him into a twisted reality, whi...
|Title||:||Slow Motion Ghosts|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
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Slow Motion Ghosts Reviews
*** Disclosure - I received a free advance copy of this book from netgalley in return for an honest review ***
Jeff Noon is a writer of speculative fiction who has been on my reading list for some time (not through recommendation, but through finding his books in discount shops and liking the sound of them). Here he travels somewhat less speculative ground, telling the tale of a murder investigation during the aftermath of the Brixton riots of the early 80s.
The body of Brendan Clarke is found i ...more