The New Breed of English Murder Mystery

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 11, 2008 -- When DS Jim Carter, a world-weary policeman battling with alcoholism, divorce and a stagnant career, encounters a highly suspicious murder case, little does he know that he is on the brink of the biggest case of his life. Forgotten Souls, by David T. Procter, follows the hard-hitting, relentless Carter as he and his team unravel agonising truths that reveal and condemn not just a ferocious criminal underworld, but also the very nation in which we live.

As horrific plots and inhuman evils draw these stories together for a breathtaking conclusion, David T. Procter exposes a whole new perspective on Kent - its beauty, its history, its attitudes and its danger. It is here, at the gateway of England, that Carter must battle with what has gone before - and what has yet to come.

Whether on the open waters or on the adjoining coastline, corruption and murder are everywhere. As intelligent criminals, failing institutions and the will of a broken man clash and conflict, it becomes clear that this is more than your average crime novel - this is an epic story about humanity's capability for evil, murder and - we hope - forgiveness.

A rich, well-populated page turner, Forgotten Souls represents a 21st Century take on the English murder mystery.

About Book Promotion

David Procter is 52yrs old and has one daughter. He has been married to Josephine for 32yrs. He is a retired plumber who ran his own business until customers kept telling him his estimates were like fiction so he decided to write a book of fiction. Forgotten Souls was born from a snippet on the news some 3yrs ago. It has been 8mths in the writing and two years later after numerous re-writes it is as it is. Unable to break into main line publishing he decided to take a chance with self publishing.

David Procter cares for his disabled wife, which gives him the time to pursue his writing and is still learning his craft. Forgotten Souls is the first in a series of five books. Dresden Green is the second book and is half way written, whilst the others are all still in the raw stages.

David writes his novels whilst listening to rock music and Radio 2. David enjoys watching cricket although not when England are losing.

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