Paul Gitsham is the author of The Common Enemy (DCI Warren Jones, Book 4), a novel published in September 2018. Learn more about the author and his book, as well as ratings and reviews on the latter.
Paul Gitsham started his career as a biologist, working in such exotic locales as Manchester and Toronto. After stints as the world’s most over-qualified receptionist and a spell making sure that international terrorists and other ne’er do wells hadn’t opened a Junior Savings Account at a major UK bank (a job even less exciting than being a receptionist) he retrained as a Science Teacher. He now spends his time passing on his bad habits and sloppy lab-skills to the next generation of enquiring minds.
Paul has always wanted to be a writer and his final report on leaving primary school predicted he’d be the next Roald Dahl! For the sake of balance it should be pointed out that it also said “he’ll never get anywhere in life if his handwriting doesn’t improve”. Twenty five years later and his handwriting is worse than ever but millions of children around the world love him (t
His latest book to date is The Common Enemy (DCI Warren Jones, Book 4). Now let’s take a closer look at the book story.
‘Highly recommended. Crime Writing at its very best’ – Kate Rhodes on The Last Straw, book 1 in the DCI Warren Jones series
How do you catch a man’s killer when everyone wanted him dead?
In Middlesbury, a rally is being held by the British Allegiance Party – a far-right group protesting against the opening of a new Mosque.
When the crowd disperses, a body is found in an alleyway. Tommy Meegan, the loud-mouthed leader of the group, has been stabbed through the heart.
Across town, a Muslim community centre catches fire in a clear act of arson, leaving a small child in a critical condition. And the tension which has been building in the town for years boils over.
DCI Warren Jones knows he can’t afford to take sides – and must solve both cases before further acts of violent revenge take place. But, in a town at war with itself, and investigating the brutal killing of one of the country’s most-hated men, where does he begin?
Readers LOVE Paul Gitsham:
‘Mr Gitsham is fast becoming one of my favourite authors’
‘I love this series and hope Gitsham writes another book soon’
‘Paul Gitsham never fails to produce a good story’
‘I love the characters that Paul Gitsham has created’
‘Will definitely read more from Paul Gitsham.’