Keith Dixon was born in Yorkshire and grew up in the Midlands. He’s been writing since he was thirteen years old in a number of different genres: thriller, espionage, science fiction, literary. He’s the author of seven novels in the Sam Dyke Investigations series and two other non-crime works, as well as two collections of blog posts on the craft of writing. When he’s not writing he enjoys reading, learning the guitar, watching movies and binge-inhaling great TV series. He’s currently spending more time in France than is probably good for him.
Learn more about Keith by following him on Twitter @keithyd6, by reading his blog at www.cwconfidential.blogspot.com or connect with him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/SamDykeInvestigations/ On his website you can download a couple of free books and find out more about the others: www.keithdixonnovels.com.
One Punch: A Paul Storey Crime Thriller (Paul Storey Thrillers Book 2)
Paul Storey is an ex-cop looking for a job. Bran Doyle was a
boxer but he's now looking for a driver. And perhaps a little
Storey takes the job but soon finds himself involved in more than driving. There's a murder. And conspiracy. And another murder.
And then the real trouble starts.
One Punch continues the series begun by Storey, described by one reviewer as a "highly intelligent, witty and well-plotted thriller", and by others as "very entertaining", "a great read" and "an unusual thriller".
If you like thrillers with surprising characters, intricate plots, lots of humour and exciting action, then One Punch should fit the bill.
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The Song of Geneva Chance: A Paul Storey Crime Thriller (Paul Storey Thrillers Book 3)
"I enjoy Lee Child, Robert Crais, Tess Gerritson. So I
think Keith Dixon is up there with the greats." - Amazon
Ex-Firearms specialist Paul Storey takes a job looking for two missing guitars belonging to a pop group who were big fifteen years ago. In a world of amateurs, he's a professional. So how hard could it be?
But soon there's a murder, and a connection to large-scale drug smuggling, and to a pair of Albanian crooks who are looking to expand their operations and don't care how they do it. In addition he finds himself drawn to the beautiful singer Geneva Chance, who has secrets of her own.
What seemed a straight-forward detective story becomes both complicated and dangerous.
Keith Dixon is the two-time winner of Chanticleer Reviews' First in Category Award for private eye/noir novels. The Song of Geneva Chance is the third Paul Storey Thriller in the tradition of writers like Elmore Leonard and Raymond Chandler, in a series described as containing "gritty action, twists and turns, and credible, complex characters".
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The Lonely Grave (Sam Dyke Investigations Book 9)
Student Alistair Minton is missing, and his parents want
Sam Dyke to find him. He does … and then learns the reason
Alistair disappeared. It harks back to an event that his parents,
Carol and Giles, have been hiding both from others and from
themselves since Alistair was a child. As he delves deeper, Dyke
uncovers two murders separated by fifteen years. And he learns
they're connected by people with a moral blindness and a
willingness to act as if ends always justify the