OUT NOW: Missing Persons by Meurig Jones

Missing Persons Meurig JonesAn actor for more than forty years having started as a child actor touring Europe with Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, he played Frankie Abbott in the ‘70s sitcom Please, Sir! and has appeared in countless theatre and TV productions. His first broadcast TV script was for Fenn Street Gang and in the ‘80s he wrote for Keep It In The Family for Thames TV.

His other novels include, Each Man Kills, (Gomer Press) published in 2002 and his autobiography, Flashback (Authorsonline), published in 2006, followed by Willie the Actor (Libros International), in 2008. He lives in Tunbridge Wells and has two grown-up children.

Missing Persons by Meurig Jones Official Synopsis

A young man’s drinking binge sets in motion a sequence of violent and lethal crimes, leading Swansea detective, DI Harry Lambert – suspecting foul play in a suicide verdict – to continue his own investigations. Lambert is warned off the case by a Serious Organized Crime Agency officer, but when he and his team become involved in a murder case, it soon becomes apparent that there are connections between the suicide and his current murder investigation.

Events take a bizarre turn when three petty criminals become involved in a deadly game of vengenace, and Lambert’s prime suspect disappears, along with a respectable young man – who claims to have gone to France on business but who could now be involved in another act of revenge.

When Lambert eventually discovers the whereabouts of the missing persons, he knows the game will become even more violent, but, trusting his own instincts, he uncovers the worst case of treachery he has ever known…

Missing Persons by Meurig Jones is available to buy with a limited time only discount of 30%

Missing Persons Meurig Jones

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