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She trusted the man she loved. It was the most dangerous things she had ever done …
A gripping story of gangs, drugs, girls and unbreakable bonds. Perfect for fans of Martina Cole and Mandasue Heller.
No one can touch Del Williams – the hardest gangster in Soho. He’s got the monopoly on the drugs, the clubs and the girls – it’d be a mistake to underestimate him. The one person he’d take a bullet for is tough, beautiful Bunny Barker, mother of their daughter Star.
Bunny is determined to shield Star from ‘life’ but Del has a lot of enemies. When a familiar face appears from their past, their family is put into terrible danger. Can Bunny protect Star from the demons of her own past, and her very worst nightmare?
sun her skin didn’t turn any shade of anything, apart from red. Her over-processed undernourished platinum hair hung like straw from under her hat. Her swollen size twenty body was squeezed into her expensive Pucci swimsuit, with the layers of fat straining to escape. Puffy fingers held an array of Bvlgari and diamond-encrusted Chanel rings. Her fingernails were painted a deep purple, matching the swollen veins on her hands and legs. Feeling something warm on her chest, Edith looked down, and
her shoulders. ‘Just one of the girls who covers the Berwick Street area. I use to work with her. She’s a good un; don’t cause trouble or go looking for it, but she’s worried. Business is down because of it, so she asked me to have a little word in your ear. She said she thought it was the Russian lot. You know anything about it?’ Without answering, Del walked over and kissed Bunny on her head, before turning to Star and doing the same. It was all well and good letting the Russians come onto his
Routine checks, they’d told him. But he knew, like they’d known, it was far from routine. They knew who he was and they’d been determined to find something, but like he’d told them, ‘There was nothing to find.’ Not there, anyway. He’d watched them pulling his already filthy flat apart; tearing the back of the cupboards out, chucking cushions and throws onto the floor, frustrated they couldn’t find anything. He’d wanted to laugh at them as he listened to their snide comments and saw their
he was here now, to lay the foundation of the first part of his plan? And what’s more, he didn’t care a jot what Milo thought. Stepping out of the car, Teddy walked across the road, in the direction of the flat belonging to Bunny Barker. 20 Alan Day had been released from hospital and Julian Millwood sat opposite him, in a state of excitement as he sat in Alan’s office. He was counting money, something he didn’t often have the chance to do. In actuality he was counting it for the second time
like a steel block of flats coming out of the water, Del was dwarfed by Milo’s luxury cruise yacht. Four storeys of blacked-out windows and sparkling white metal towered above him. A grey and gold helicopter sat on the back of the yacht and a multitude of satellite dishes moved, circling round slowly: all making up the sleek five-million-pound ship. Del turned off his engine and let his speedboat buoy from side to side on the gentle Mediterranean waves. The expectant sound of clicking metal