Innocence

By John Brackenridge

Crime & mystery, Thriller | Paperback, eBook


Who polices the police? Nobody. Not in this place. Cops and criminals are the same. Drug lines and murder. A cab driver is drawn into a world he doesn't understand. He is dragged into hell. The young policeman spirals downwards. He is the innocent. Drawn into a criminal operation spiralling out of control after a punishment beating goes wrong. Someone tells tales. The Internal Investigation Department find out about the drug operation. Twists and turns lead to a remarkable and damning conclusion. Terrifying and unsettling, yet deeply moving, ‘Innocence’ shows the banality of evil through those we believe protect us. It is the story of organised crime perpetrated by police officers. It is contemporary and relevant, a 21st-century tale of broken morality. Inspired by true events, 'Innocence' is life.



John was born in Luton in 1972. He grew up in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, and moved to London in his teenage years to study at Middlesex University. After working in Our Price Records and an off-licence, John spent the next twenty-three years in public service. Living in Surrey with his wife and five children, John is an avid cyclist and cook. He is studying Druidry. He is currently working on his second novel, a fringe comedy performance piece, and a comedy script for radio.


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John was born in Luton in 1972. He grew up in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, and moved to London in his teenage years to study at Middlesex University. After working in Our Price Records and an off-licence, John spent the next twenty-three years in public service. Living in Surrey with his wife and five children, John is an avid cyclist and cook. He is studying Druidry. He is currently wo...


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