A KILLING IN GOLD: Life's funny, isn't it? You take a bloke up on the moors to give him a gentle word of advice in his lughole and he ends up with his head blown off. Oh well, these things happen, so don't take them personally. Buckley doesn't. Never has. Always looking on the bright side is Buckley.
Time to get out of town and lie low for a while. Something will turn up. Like what? Well, how about babysitting some clueless joker trying to flog a stash of hookey gold coins? That'll do nicely.
Think about it; what could possibly go wrong . . . ?
SONG OF DEATH: Buckley tries to get into the music business by becoming the manager of Gavin Hedlock, a one-hit wonder from the Eighties, repackaged for the Twenty-first Century. Stick him in front of a microphone, let the memories flood out and the cash roll in. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.
Or perhaps not? Local talent show or television studio - Gavin seems to make enemies wherever he goes, leaving Buckley to sort things out.
Luckily Buckley's an expert in sorting things out - his way.
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