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Willing Flesh by Adam Creed
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Enjoyable thriller set in London as was the last one 'Suffer the Children'. Even though it wasnt that long ago that I read this book I did find the past characters hard to follow and a bit baffling.

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A murdered woman is discovered in a City hotel room: Elena Danya, high-end prostitute. Another working girl, her friend, is found dead. Then aristocratic bad-girl Arabella, another friend of Elena's, goes missing.
The evidence points to a voyeuristic predator, but D.I. Will Wagstaffe is not convinced. Instead his investigation leads towards three ruthless and dangerous men: a City banker, a Russian oligarch and a Turkish playboy. But are even more powerful figures lurking in the shadows?
As Staffe's inquiry takes him deeper into deadly territory suddenly the women in his own life are under threat..... ( )
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Christmas is coming and DI Staffe is trying to make a go of it with his on-off girlfriend, Sylvie. But when a murdered woman is discovered in a swanky city hotel room, Staffe is drawn into the whole gamut of London's seedy underworld.

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