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The second gritty Newcastle-set thriller in this unforgettable series about a homeless veteran turned local sleuth and vigilante. Follow up to the highly acclaimed The Man on the Street

A series of bizarre drug-related deaths among runaway teenagers has set the North East's homeless community on edge. 

One Way Street sees the welcome return of Jimmy Mullen, the homeless, PTSD-suffering veteran, as he attempts to rebuild his life following the events in The Man on the Street. As his probation officer constantly reminds him, all he needs to do is keep out of trouble. 

But then one of Jimmy's friends asks for help. Someone this friend was close to but has lost touch with is found dead in a dumpster, yet another victim of Newcastle's drug culture. Jimmy knows he shouldn't get involved, but loyalty compels him to try to find out what's really going on. 

Sadly for him, trouble just seems to have a habit of tracking Jimmy down.

©2020 Trevor Wood (P)2020 Quercus Editions Limited

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  • I love Paris
  • 11-07-21

Superb and gripping

Excellent follow up to initial book this was as good if not better than The Man on the Street. Great use of many of the Tyneside regions locations and beautifully narrated throughout. Author and reader have dovetailed once again outstandingly to create a believable and gritty thriller full of real life language and modern day issues. Well done to them both and their wider support.

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  • Glynis Collins
  • 09-22-21

excellent read

loved the story, well narrated. Hopefully not too long to wait till his next book

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  • Dr W.
  • 09-22-21

A great listen!

I really enjoyed this, another great mystery set on the streets of Newcastle, gritty and very real. I enjoyed the reading too, looking forward to Trevor Wood’s next book!

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  • Jill Davies
  • 07-25-21

Another Cracker!

Compelling story that keeps you guessing, great characters - can't wait cor the next one!

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  • Fran Lyon
  • 01-03-21

A gritty gripping thriller with a heart of gold

Loved this book. Brilliantly written with intriguing characters and a plot that romps along and twists and turns in unexpected places.

It is narrated perfectly by David Nellist.

Highly recommended

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  • Ann D
  • 12-27-20

Excellent!

This is a great book. As is the first in the series. I recommend reading/listening to them in order. It’s very well written. I loved the beautifully drawn characters and the story is compelling. David Nellist does a faultless job of the narration. I very much look forward to the third in the series.