Andy Boot

Author of No Doves
Andy Boot is a seasoned journalist and author with many books published under his name and various pseudonymes.
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Andy Boot
Andy Boot started as journo on 'Kerrang!' writing about old bands. He then wrote some non-fiction books about old films and old crimes. Moving into the present, he co-wrote the biography of psychic Chris Robinson before moving into novels, writing 18 books in the post-apocalyptic series 'Deathlands' before writing 10 entries for Don Pendleton's 'The Executioner' which was one of the longest-running action/adventure/crime series. He created and co-created four series as consultant for Abaddon Books, as well as writing one novel for them. He now works in television writing formats and development scripts. Maybe one day he'll get out of development. Maybe...

No Doves

The 1990’s started bleakly in docklands. The new Canary Wharf development is slow getting off the ground, and the ghosts the old docks still haunt the deserted buildings. There is a gangland war brewing, and things get worse when Benny Grazione was found floating in the
Thames without his hands or his life. Errol Ross and Jack Goldman are local coppers with their own worries, but nothing compared to the carnage that was let loose after a drug factory was blown sky high: delving deep they uncovered a rogue vigilante group in their own nick,
and a Mafia boss sniffing local blood – theirs included.
Fitted up, out on their own and off-radar, Ross and Goldman find themselves shot by both sides before a bloody showdown leads them to the final stand-off
at the Blind Beggar, a pub with a name that resonates through East End folklore.

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