Los Angeles, California
A severed head is found beneath the Hollywood Sign.
Fresh from wrapping his previous case, LAPD Detective Sam Leroy (Something to Die For, Wrong Time to Die) is called to the scene. Now he is tasked with identifying the victim, and finding the rest of him.
Not necessarily in that order.
Following up on the few leads they have, Leroy and his partner, Detective Ray Quinn, find themselves unravelling a complex puzzle, one which began two thousand miles from home, and which involves sex, drugs, extortion, and ultimately murder.
While Leroy follows the trail, he is feeling himself coming to the end of a relationship, and may possibly be making decisions he might later regret.
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Philip Cox is married with two children and lives near London. A former Bank Manager, he pursued a career in banking and financial services until 2009, when he took a break to become a stay-at-home father. In between numerous school runs, Philip wrote After the Rain, which appeared in 2011. Dark Eyes of London and She’s Not Coming Home followed in 2012. Something to Die For, which introduced the maverick LAPD detective Sam Leroy, was published in 2013. Don’t Go Out in the Dark was published in 2014, and Wrong Time to Die, the second Sam Leroy story, was published in 2015. Should Have Looked Away followed in 2016. No Place to Die is the third in the Sam Leroy series.
As well as writing, between numerous school activities, Philip has an interest in railroading, prototype and modelling. He is also an avid reader: at the last count (January 2017) he owned 961 books!