A Cure for All Diseases (Dalziel and Pascoe, Book 23) by Reginald Hill PDF

By Reginald Hill

ISBN-10: 0007292732

ISBN-13: 9780007292738

The hugely expected go back of Dalziel and Pascoe, the highly well known police duo and stars of the long-running BBC television sequence, in a brand new mental thriller.

Some say that Andy Dalziel wasn't prepared for God, others that God wasn't prepared for Dalziel. both method, regardless of his contemporary proximity to a terrorist blast, the Superintendent is still firmly of this international. And, whereas loss of life could be the healing for all ailments, Dalziel is excited to accept a couple of weeks' care below a young nurse. getting better in Sandytown, a quiet beach lodge dedicated to therapeutic, Dalziel befriends Charlotte Heywood, a fellow newcomer and psychologist, who's gaining knowledge of some great benefits of substitute treatment. With a lot in universal, the 2 quickly locate themselves in league while hassle involves city. Sandytown's critical landowners have grandiose plans for the hotel – none of which they could agree on. considered one of them has to head, and whilst certainly one of them does, in spectacularly grotesque type, DCI Peter Pascoe is named in to enquire – with Dalziel and Charlotte supplying unwelcome help. yet Pascoe unearths darkish forces at paintings in a spot the place drugs and holistic treatments aren't any fit for the oldest therapy of all...

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Rules of secrecy may be flanked by rules against behaviour that increases the risk of a member disclosing sensitive information. In the Sicilian Mafia, for example, members are obliged to exercise “stringent self-control and self-discipline” and 2 The Ties That Bind: A Taxonomy of Associational Criminal Structures 29 they must refrain “from getting drunk or using drugs” (Paoli, 2003: 111). Likewise, information concerning the mafia group must not be put in writing (Paoli, 2003: 112). In a similar vein, some associational criminal structures prohibit involvement in certain types of crimes, partly because they are deemed dishonourable and partly out of concern that they may attract increased law enforcement attention (Haller, 1992: 4).

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