In So What Do I Do? police constable Nigel Shantra has been promoted and returns as a detective. He is determined to bring to justice a serious adversary of his, a school bully from the first novel. When a conspiracy to defraud the local populace, devised by two apparently respectable but unscrupulous pillars of the community, goes disastrously wrong it results in an intriguing case for detective Shantra to solve. The traumatic events that follow will prove to affect the incompetent pair of criminals who were hired by the swindling conspirators, as well as the teachers and pupils of Birch Green High School. And just what does a class of cheeky chimps, and a large black spider monkey, have to do with the traumatic events surrounding Hodgson’s Hide – the legacy of retired Technology teacher Gil Hodgson?Recently promoted Molly discovers that the pressures of helping newly qualified teachers has no comparison to the eventual strain that she and her colleagues experience when an ex-pupil of the school decides it’s time for payback. This man will prove to be far more ruthless and cruel than anyone could have imagined all in order to achieve his criminal ambitions. But he is just as likely to turn his attention towards anyone who upsets his plans, with terrifying consequences for those who won’t comply with his wishes.
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G J Griffiths is a retired science teacher with some early working experience of the photographic industry. Born in the UK he enjoys reading most genres of fiction such as sci-fi, crime/detective thrillers, historical and wildlife stories. Non-fiction reading mainly includes scientific or historical books. Walking in the English, Scottish or Welsh countryside with binoculars ready for bird-watching or other wildlife is a particular pleasure. Seeing badgers and otters in the wild recently was an exciting first. His first novel was Fallen Hero and the So What! series of three books followed and which are all focussed around the fictitious Birch Green High School. More recent works include poetry: Dizzyrambic Imaginings, two illustrated children’s sci-fi stories about ant-size aliens and historical novels based upon real characters from the Industrial Revolution period: The Quarry Bank Tales.If you enjoy reading any of G J Griffiths’ books please share your enjoyment with other readers and post a review. This is very helpful for new writers. G.J. would be pleased to hear from you on a Comments page at his website: www.gjgriffithswriter.com