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Darkness Falls - cover

Darkness Falls

David Marks

Publisher: Head of Zeus -- an Aries Book

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Summary

Read the prequel to the Sunday Times bestseller Dark Winter, where DS Aector McAvoy's journey began...
 
A city united in grief.A journalist ready to kill to keep his secrets.A copper capable of darker deeds than murderers.An unworldly detective fighting to save an innocent man.
 
Welcome to Hull
 
Newly appointed DS McAvoy is an outsider to his new force and must confront his darkest fears, while hunting a killer that nobody else believes in. In a landscape at once tender and brutal, McAvoy must tread the path between the darkness and the light, before facing an enemy who will brand him for life.
 
Praise for David Mark:
 
'Dark, compelling crime writing of the highest order' DAILY MAIL
 
'Breathtaking' PETER MAY
 
'Truly exhilarating and inventive. Mark is a wonderfully descriptive writer' PETER JAMES
 
'Brilliantly written – a cracking story' RICHARD MADELEY, Richard and Judy Book Club
 
'Exceptional ... Mark is writing at the top of his game' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, Starred Review
 
'A master of the dark psychological thriller' KIRKUS

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