The Tiger's Cave

The Tiger's Cave


Title:The Tiger's Cave
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:352 pages

Twelve bodies;no motive; the hunt is on!
A lorry full of Chinese illegal immigrants arrives in Hull. Twenty four hours later their bodies are discovered close to the M62 motorway; but a young man and a girl are missing, and still at risk. Supported by the Serious and Organised Crime Agency,Caton must travel to China to pick up the trail. But he knows the solution is closer to home - in Manchester’s Chinatown - and time is running out. A cold case is about to get hot!
This fast paced novel is the third in the DCI Tom Caton series.

    The Tiger's Cave Reviews

  • Rebecca

    Love this series but this is dry, like Sahara dry. I can only imagine the research hours put into this due to location of the investigation and subject matter and did eventually start investing in the...

  • barbara jones

    Thrilling story. It makes you think that our way of living is changing and not for the better.The story is fast and furious. Makes you glad to be safe and sound in your own home. . It can be so danger...

  • Mr Kenneth L Mullen

    Great ReadAnother very good at in the DCI Cat on series. Lots of strong characters and plenty of twists in the story line. A really good series so far and I am looking forward to reading the rest....

  • Ray Melville

    Very good series of books, each successive volume better than the previous....

  • Claire Owen

    The Tiger's CaveAs usual a very gripping read from Bill. The deep description of events puts you in the situation or room as a spectator. I would definitely recommend. ...

  • Mickey Hoffman

    There was too much of everything in this book: too many characters, too many points of view, too many locations, etc. I have read a few in the series already (although not in order) and liked this one...

  • Judith

    Not quite as good as the first two in the series. A complicated plot and a disappointing (although probably realistic) ending. It hasn't put me off wanting to read the rest in the series - but not yet...

  • Barbara

    Really good readComplex and believable story, well written and characters are getting more fully developed as the series goes on. But if a wobble here in the beginning with loads of info that seems a ...