#BLOGTOUR | The Two Fathers (Sam Dyke Investigates #11) – Keith Dixon @keithyd6 @damppebbles #TheTwoFathers #damppebblesblogtours #amreading #bookblogger #bookreview

Published in paperback and digital formats by Semiologic Ltd on 14th November 2020

Why does Jessica Hastings come home late several times a week?

Her husband asks Private Investigator Sam Dyke this simple question. Dyke doesn’t want the case: he doesn’t do divorce work … but Brian Hastings doesn’t want a divorce, he wants an explanation.

When Sam finds out what Jessica is doing, it opens up more questions. And when Brian Hastings goes missing, they’re questions he feels compelled to answer.

At the centre of the mystery is a man who most people in Manchester don’t know—Larry Stone. But those who do know him, know that far from being the simple florist he seems to be, he’s actually the biggest crook in town. He’s powerful, he’s dangerous, and he’s currently working a deal with a Dutchman who’s even worse.

And Sam is now caught in Stone’s sights as he works to find Brian Hastings, to solve a couple of murders, and to prevent Stone corrupting even more members of his own family than he already has.

Before the biggest deal of Stone’s crooked career goes down.

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The Two Fathers by Keith Dixon is a gritty crime novel. We follow Sam Dyke on this mystery, that becomes very dangerous. I really like the writing. It was twisty and there were lots of questions to work through.

This is part of a series, but I still saw characters development in Sam. I really love when characters are still feeling real, later in series!

I liked the plot of The Two Fathers. I enjoyed the twists and turns, and I liked the characters. I think I would like to read more of this series. I recommend giving it a shot.



*I received a free copy of this book from Damppebbles Blog Tours to review honestly on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*

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. Two-time winner of the Chanticleer Reviews CLUE First in Category award for Private Eye/Noir novel, he’s the author of ten books 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. His new series of Paul Storey Thrillers began in 2016.

When he’s not writing he enjoys reading, learning the guitar, watching movies and binge-inhaling great TV series. He’s currently resident in France.

Website: http://www.keithdixonnovels.com
Blog: http://www.cwconfidential.blogspot.com
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithyd6
Email: keith@keithdixonnovels.com

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