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Train of Events-bookcover

By: Bill Dawson

Train of Events

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The best laid plans of mice and men can still go wrong.

A London gang of criminals perfect an audacious train robbery, netting £2 million in used banknotes destined for incineration.

Things go wrong in the execution of the robbery near Newcastle, and that sets off a train of events, that no one can control. Following the money is no use – since nobody knows where the money is, apart from Geordie Jones.

The Mob sends one of their gangsters up to Newcastle to find the money. Scotland Yard sends up one of their detectives. The local police are also involved.

Set in the 1990s, Train of Events is a gritty, ‘Newcastle Noir’ thriller. It pulls no punches in its lively description of gangsters, policemen and detectives, journalists and greedy citizens. The lifestyles are accurately rendered and we hold our breath as the scenes march on to a conclusion.

Come with Bill Dawson on a white knuckle ride through the underworld, which you won’t forget in a hurry!

Bill Dawson was a journalist all his life, having started work at the age of 16. He ran a press agency before the 2nd World War, in Camberley near Reading. He sold stories to Fleet Street about happenings in Berkshire; and carried on as a journalist after the war. He had regular features in both Motor Cycling and Motorcycle magazines. These he wrote alongside his newspaper work. He often reported crime and understood the criminal world as well as anybody. Once he retired, he wrote books. Train of Events—set in Newcastle—is one of those.

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