Paul Finch and Ash Cameron undercover

I’m pretty sure soon there’ll be a medical term for crime-fiction addiction. The nation is seriously suffering. If you too can’t get enough then let us turn your attention to this brilliant podcast by Sunday Times Bestseller, Paul Finch, whose latest book Strangers wowed critics everywhere, with Peter James calling him, ‘a born storyteller.’

Listen as Paul chats to fellow author and former police officer Ash Cameron about her experiences working as an undercover prostitute on the streets of London aka ‘one of the most dangerous jobs a police woman can do.’

They chat about everything from tracking violent predators to high class escorts running over mobsters. Learn about the Met rent boys, acting without an equity card and just what it is that a policewoman wears as a lady of the night. Insightful, gripping, fascinating and funny, this is perfect listening for all crime addicts and/or those aspiring to get into the undercover copy business. We hear it’s quite eventful…

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