DCI Ryan Mysteries Series by L.J. Ross
The DCI Ryan Mysteries
September 27, LJ Ross joins me today to take part in my Getting to know the character interview. Can you describe your character? Having heard from so many readers, it seems that people relate to different parts of his character but, for me, he was written to be a strategic leader, capable of looking at a difficult situation with detachment and always acting according to his conscience. In other words, he is entirely incorruptible, but in each new book he is presented with a new moral dilemma or scenario which tests the bounds of his own principles. He is what I would call an intuitive detective, who relies on behavioural training to read a suspect and what their body language is saying, rather than just the words that come out of their mouths, then he plans a logical approach to support his theories. What is Ryan's job role and where does he work?
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When an old man is burned alive in a sleepy ex-mining village, Detective Chief Inspector Ryan is called in to investigate. He soon discovers that, beneath the facade of a close-knit community, the burn from decades-old betrayal still smoulders. When everyone had a motive, can he unravel the secrets of the past before the killer strikes again? With everyone under suspicion, can he count on anybody but himself? After a fire at a house in Penshaw, Ryan and Philips are called in to see if there are any suspicious circumstances surrounding the death. Ryan also finds himself heading Operation Watchman, a cross department initiative aimed at bringing down Bobby Singh and his drugs business.
Post a Comment. My publishing journey. My publishing journey really began in the summer of , when I was heavily pregnant with my son now aged 3. Too competitive, too risky, too impractical. That was what I had always thought, even while ideas for stories would run through my head. And then, one day, I thought: what if?