About Seeking Angels by G J Griffiths:
When Detective Inspector Walter Button, of the 19th century Manchester police force, is ordered to take charge of the investigations into the massive spread of crime in Angel Meadow he has little idea of the size and spread of the task ahead of him. A simple burglary at a church where two teenaged boys are the suspects will lead Button into a world of gangland murders and political rebellion. The dedicated and practical detective also finds an even bigger challenge ahead when his rare romantic side begins to surface, confronting and confounding his professional aims and objectives.
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G J Griffiths is a retired science teacher, with some early working experience of the photographic industry, who greatly enjoys being a grandad. Born in the UK he enjoys reading most genres of fiction such as sci-fi, crime/detective thrillers, historical and wildlife stories. Non-fiction reading mainly includes scientific or historical books. Walking in the English, Scottish or Welsh countryside with binoculars ready for bird-watching or other wildlife is a particular pleasure. Seeing badgers and otters in the wild recently was an exciting first.
His first novel was Fallen Hero. The So What! series of three books followed and these are all focussed around the fictitious Birch Green High School. They include: book 1, So What! Stories or Whatever!; book 2, So What’s Next! and book 3, So What Do I Do? Each book is quite different in its overall context, e.g. a collection of the teachers’ experiences; the creation of a school nature corner; and arson, fraud and murder investigated by detective Shantra, an ex-pupil from BGHS!
More recent works include poetry: Dizzyrambic Imaginings; two illustrated children’s sci-fi stories about ant-size aliens, Ants in Space and They’re Recycling Aliens; and a historical fiction based upon real characters from the Industrial Revolution period, called The Quarry Bank Runaways.
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