‘Pool of Life by Pete Trewin is tightly wound, moving in a staccato beat through the seamy underside and scaly upper crust of Liverpool with the stakes rising higher with each explosive encounter. Trewin does a masterful job of teasing the reader with clues as Jack finds that not only are his two new cases related but also a decades-old suspicious disappearance of a young woman is rearing its ugly head. The pressing question, though, is whether or not Jack can survive long enough to solve the puzzles. This is a book you can’t put down. Just when you think you might want to take a break from reading, Trewin drops another morsel on your plate, and you just have to keep reading. A definite five-star read.’ Charles Ray, Awesome Indies Book Awards assessor.
About the Author
Pete Trewin was born in Middlesbrough under the shadow of the steel mills but has lived for most of his life in a leafy suburb of Liverpool with his wife, Paula and golden retriever, Eira. Their three children have long moved on.
While working as an economic development and regeneration consultant, Pete gained a knowledge of how you might launder ill-gotten money. Not direct experience, obviously. This set him on the path of writing crime novels. The rest of his time is spent in Snowdonia where he indulges his interest in rock climbing and hill walking.
Other books by Pete Trewin: A Fair Wack, Time Lapse, Not Without Risk