Summary

Denton, 1981. Britain is in recession, the IRA is becoming increasingly active, and the country’s on alert for an outbreak of rabies. Detective Sergeant Jack Frost is working under his mentor, DI Bert Williams, and coping badly with his increasingly strained marriage.
Superintendent Stanley Mullett has been at Denton for only six months and is desperately trying to restore order within the chronically depleted ranks while refurbishing the dilapidated Eagle Lane HQ. But DI Williams is nowhere to be seen, and DI Allen has failed to return from his walking holiday. So when a 12-year-old girl goes missing from a department-store changing room, Mullett has no option but to put DS Frost in charge of the investigation.
©2011 The Estate of R. D. Wingfield (P)2011 Isis Publishing Ltd
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4 out of 5 stars
By Peter on 27-09-11

Made me laugh out loud!

I'd forgotten just how different things were in the 70's and 80's - this was an entertaining reminder. A touch predictable but thoroughly entertaining. Just try not to think of David Jason while you listen to it and you'll get on fine,

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By J Whitfield on 30-06-13

First book Of Frost

A very good start to the new Frost by the author "James Henry".
I could picture David Jason portraying the grumpy police sergeant and the characters were very good and believable.Wrapped up in a story of murder and mayhem.
However I am no way a prude but there is no need for the profanities that appear late in the book,they seem to jar,just not needed or wanted.
But I will definately download his 2nd book and look forward to hearing more new stories of Frost.
Definitely recommend.

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