The first novel in the DCI Jones Casebook series of crime thrillers.“Diamonds are nothing more than compressed carbon.”Veteran cop, DCI David Jones, is tough and uncompromising. His Serious Crime Unit has the best arrest record the Midlands Police Service has ever seen. Jones and his dedicated team work hard to keep it that way. Locksmith turned jewel thief, Sean Freeman, is the best in the UK. He’s never been caught—the police have never even come close. When Freeman’s vicious gangland boss, DB Parrish, forces him to break into the Stafford Museum, the UK’s most secure premises outside of the Bank of England, he’s in trouble. The Stafford Museum is in the middle of Jones’ jurisdiction. Someone’s record is going to suffer.In this opening instalment of the DCI Jones Casebook series, veteran detective, David Jones tackles a series of cases and faces a clever and engaging criminal he respects and would probably like—under different circumstances. But Jones has a job to do and Freeman is going down. . This book can be read as a stand-alone novel.
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#1 International bestseller with his adventure story, On Lucky Shores, Kerry J Donovan was born in Dublin. A citizen of the world, he now lives in the heart of rural Brittany with his wonderful and patient wife, Jan. They have three children and four grandchildren (so far), all of whom live in England. An absentee granddad, Kerry is hugely grateful for the development of video calling. The cottage is a pet free zone (apart from the field mice, moles, and red squirrels).Follow Kerry on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/KerryJDonovanVisit Kerry’s blog at: http://kerryjdonovan.com/blogFollow Kerry on Twitter at: https://www.twitter.com/KerryJDonovanKeep up with Kerry and other award winning authors at http://enovelauthorsatwork.com/kerry-j-donovan/What readers are saying about Kerry’s books:The Transition of Johnny Swift – “The idea behind this book is great and only a talented writer could have pulled it off.” The DCI Jones Casebook: Ellis Flynn – “Donovan has given readers another perfectly written nail-biter that is impossible to put down. Not a wasted word.” The DCI Jones Casebook: Raymond Francis Collins – “Donovan’s skills as a writer bring us along on a story and we forget we are reading. Excellent.”