The End of the Web


The latest addition to the British Library Classic Thrillers series.The End of the Web rediscovers the tense and atmospheric writing of George Sims, a ‘60s and ‘70s writer whose thrillers are long out of print.

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Middle-aged antique dealer Leo Selver couldn’t believe his luck. After all, this was the sort of girl men like him lusted after in vain. Yet Judy Latimer had made the first move; she had approached him. And it wouldn’t be long before they were lying together in each others’ arms . . . In fact, it wouldn’t be long before the pair of them were lying together – dead.Leo’s distraught widow, well aware of her husband’s infidelities, is unable to accept the popular opinion that her husband murdered the girl. So is Ed Buchanan, former policeman and one-time racing driver, who has known the Selvers since childhood.His delvings reveal Selver and his fellow antique dealers have stumbled upon a secret – a secret so far-reaching in its consequences that someone, somewhere will kill to keep it concealed.

George Sims
British Library
Publication date
July 2017
192 pages
190 x 130 mm

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