Dead Tomorrow: A Roy Grace Novel 5

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Pan Macmillan UK, Jun 11, 2009 - Fiction - 500 pages
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The body of a missing teenager is dredged from the seabed off the Sussex coast, missing vital organs. Soon after, a further two more bodies are found . . .

Caitlin Beckett, a fifteen-year-old in Brighton will die if she does not receive an urgent transplant. When the health system threatens to let her down her mother takes drastic action and goes to an online broker in black-market organs. The broker can provide what she wants, but it will come at a price.

As Superintendent Roy Grace investigates the recovered bodies, he unearths the trail of a gang of child traffickers operating from Eastern Europe. Soon Grace and his team will find themselves in a race against time to save the life of a young street kid, while a desperate mother will stop at nothing to save her daughter's life . . .

A reissue of the fifth novel in the multi-million copy bestselling Roy Grace series from #1 author Peter James.

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Review: Dead Tomorrow (Roy Grace #5)

User Review  - Debbie Baker - Goodreads

A good British detective. Like all detectives the protagonist is a man with a complicated past that has haunted him. This story sees a topic that is quite distasteful but a very real problem. The ... Read full review

Review: Dead Tomorrow (Roy Grace #5)

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

I really enjoyed the first couple of novels in the Roy Grace series. The main plots were suitably twisty and complex for the Crime/Thriller genre, but there were over-arching themes and plots which ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Peter James was educated at Charterhouse then at film school. He lived in North America for a number of years, working as a screenwriter and film producer before returning to England. His novels, including the number one bestseller Possession, have been translated into 30 languages and three have been filmed. All his novels reflect his deep interest in the world of the police, with whom he does in-depth research, as well as science, medicine and the paranormal. He has produced numerous films, including The Merchant Of Venice, starring Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons and Joseph Fiennes. He divides his time between his homes in Notting Hill in London and near Brighton in Sussex.

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