Little Triggers

“Shaking down the politician hadn’t given him the righteous kick he thought it would. Coming home to an empty house, he had opened the bottle, flirted with it, kissed it, made love to it, cried into it and, eventually, killed it.”
Stephen Larkin is back in his native Newcastle and working as an agency journalist. To stop himself getting bored, he’s fighting greed and corruption in his inimitable way by blackmailing the powers that be into keeping their campaign promises. It doesn’t help fill the empty spaces in his life, though. He needs a purpose – which is why he jumps at the chance to track down a child abuser with friends in high places.

A cynic like Larkin is automatically suspicious of people like Alan Swanson. A charismatic local chancer and self-styled Minister for Youth, Swanson is the man behind the “Rebirth of the Region” project. But is his interest in kids a chance for a photo-opportunity or something more sinister?

Larkin thinks that, as a reporter, he knows all there is to know about the evil that men do. But nothing has prepared him for this…

Tough, gutsy, brutal, LITTLE TRIGGERS is a tale of modern city crime.

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