Flamborough Caravan Park

Flamborough Caravan Park

Temporary home of Mahon and legendary criminal kingpin Mr Nock while they escape threats to their lives in Newcastle.

Marked by a stretch of rugged white cliffs surrounding a small village, Flamborough Head is a great base for bird watching, hiking along windswept paths and sea canoeing around the bay. The cliffs provide a focal point for the area, soaring up from the choppy sea. The nearby cliffs at Bempton are home to over 200,000 seabirds, including Gannets, Kittiwakes, Guillemots and Puffins. The area witnessed one of the pivotal battles of the American war of Independence. The Battle of Flamborough Head was a naval battle that took place on 23 September 1779, in the North Sea off the coast of Yorkshire between an American Continental Navy squadron led by John Paul Jones and the two British escort vessels protecting a large merchant convoy.


“He looks through the amber filter of his ruined eyes and surveys the ocean. Stares down at the jagged limestone and quartz-seamed boulders of the cliff. Remembers. Pictures his first meeting with the man who would become his benefactor and his friend, his keeper and confidante.”TAKING PITY

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Taking Pity:  A DS McAvoy novel by David Mark


They have taken DS Aector McAvoy’s family.

They have taken DCI Colin Ray’s foundation.

They have taken DS Trish Pharaoh’s fight.

Now the ruthless criminal network that has tightened its stranglehold on Hull intends to take everything that remains from those who dare to stand in its way.

Taking Pity is a police procedural thriller that pulls no punches. It is the story of three officers who can take no more, and a merciless nemesis that takes no chances, no prisoners and no pity.

‘Excellent . . . Mark weaves a complicated web of deception, betrayal, and violence as the action builds to a stunning conclusion.’