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June 10, 2022

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Adam Croft is joined by author and former police commander for Brighton and Hove, Graham Bartlett, on this week's episode of Partners in Crime.
The pair discuss Graham's debut novel Bad For Good, real police procedure versus dramatisation for books and television, and Graham gives us a frightening insight into the effects of real-life police funding cuts.
We also hear about the journey from fighting crime for real, to inventing fictional crime stories, while Adam takes us through a CrimeReads article looking at crime novels with a strong sense of place and inimitable atmosphere.
~ Moriarty ~
The Shadow Friend by Alex North 
The Last Thing to Burn by Will Dean 
Bad For Good by Graham Bartlett (Pre-order)
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