I Love My Smith and Wesson

A Novel

David Bowker

St. Martin's Griffin

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Manchester, England. Death stalks these streets in the form of a hired killer named Rawhead--a shadowy yet powerful figure desperate to control a ruthless mob family called The Priesthood. He will stop at nothing to invade their inner sanctum.

Author Billy Dye has finally found success after years of struggle. But now Rawhead, his childhood friend turned maniacal assassin, has reentered his life and involved him in a plot to take over The Priesthood and wrest control of the Manchester underworld. Nobody is safe in this action-packed, violent, and often hilarious crime novel.

David Bowker is the new voice of British crime and the most original author to burst on the scene in years.

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Chapter 1

On the eve of his wedding, Billy Dye received a warning from a dead man. It was a message scrawled in blood.

Billy recognized the writing.

He recognized the blood.

When Billy came down to breakfast, the card was waiting for him, propped up against the toast rack. It was early. The hotel restaurant was half empty. There was a package beside the card, which Billy opened first. The package contained two advance copies of the U.S. version of Dances with Werewolves by William Dye. The book's jacket, which Billy had never seen before, showed a wolfs green eye with

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David Bowker

Born in Manchester, David Bowker worked as a journalist, has published five novels and was voted 'Manchester Writer of the Year' by City Life magazine. The Death You Deserve was his United States debut.

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I Love My Smith and Wesson
A Novel
David Bowker

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St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
August 2004
e-Book Agency
ISBN: 9781466832008
ISBN10: 1466832002
240 pages
$7.99

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St. Martin's Press
St. Martin's Griffin
August 2004
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780312328252
ISBN10: 0312328257
5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 240 pages
$13.95
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