Publisher: The Conrad Press
Sex, drugs and rock and roll. It was all in a day’s work for the police in Notting Hill during the eighties.
‘The Hill’ vividly and dramatically depicts a year in the life of the police station at Notting Hill, London, England. It is viewed through the eyes of Tom Truby, a detective posted there on promotion. The reader is entertained and gripped by the hilarious and often brutal dealings with the West Indian, Irish and gay communities, as well as international rock stars. Prepare to laugh and be shocked in equal measures as London policing of the time is laid open, warts and all. Fights with criminals are nearly as tough as the fights between the junior and senior ranks at a police station with its own set of rules. ‘The Hill’ treats the reader to policing at its rawest and funniest.
Available since: 01/19/2023.