Speed makes the teenage bikers feel alive, but they soon find that
murder is the fastest way to die A five-mile stretch of
arrow-straight road outside Latchford acts like a magnet to beatnik
bikers using the road like a drag strip. When one of the bikers is
killed in an accident, most people regard it as an inevitable
consequence of the kids using drugs and racing bikes for kicks. But
the evidence points to the young man's death being something more
sinister than a mere accident and George Gently is drawn into a
world populated by disaffected teenagers, with a jazz soundtrack
and a background of murder. Praise for Alan Hunter's Gently books:
'It is always a pleasure to look forward to another Gently book by
Alan Hunter ...' Police Review
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