48 Hours: A City of London Thriller by J. Jackson Bentley

By J. Jackson Bentley

“If you don’t pay me £250,000.00 within the subsequent forty eight Hours you are going to die”. The textual content on Josh Hammond’s BlackBerry used to be blunt and chilling. definitely it needs to be a shaggy dog story, but if Josh is attacked in wide sunlight and folks round him begin to die he understands that his blackmailer is lethal critical. Can Josh increase the cash, can his appealing new bodyguard safeguard him, who's blackmailing him and why? He has forty eight hours to determine. the 1st novel within the acclaimed urban of London mystery sequence is a success so that it will enthral every body who is familiar with and loves its London settings. wealthy intimately and actually evocative it's a genuine web page turner, instructed in round 100,000 phrases.

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Recent research by Ratcliffe and Taniguchi (2009) and Taniguchi et al. (2011) took an innovative spatial approach to drug market identification. In their research, a drug markets were conceptualized as street corners where known gang members were witnessed selling drugs, the street corner being an original unit of spatial analysis for this context. To investigate whether drug corners controlled by gangs are more violent than those not controlled by gangs, the researchers constructed Theissen polygons around each corner in the city of Camden, New Jersey.

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An average of the nearest distance among all points is typically computed and used as a threshold for grouping points across space (random nearest neighbor distance). 3 Second-order clusters are created by repeating the same 3 Other measurements can be used to define the threshold such as the minimum distance and maximum distance. See D’Andrade (1978). 2 When Does a Drug Market Become a Drug Market? Finding the Boundaries… 33 Fig. 1 Hierarchical clustering technique (Adapted from Levine 2004) process on the primary clusters that were generated.

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