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A Bad Death: A DS McAvoy short story

David Mark

6 Reviews

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Ds Mcavoy, Prose: non-fiction, Fiction, Crime & mystery, Short stories, Gift books

An exclusive ebook short story in the bestselling DS McAvoy series: the compelling tale of a bad death and the bad things that happened after...

A gripping short story in the DS McAvoy series by David Mark, bestselling author of the Richard & Judy pick DARK WINTER. A Bad Death takes place between books 4 and 5 in the DS McAvoy series,Taking Pity and Dead Pretty.

Will Blaylock died while on day release from prison.

It was a bad death. But accidents will happen.

Detective Sergeant McAvoy isn't convinced, though. And he owes a debt to Will's cellmate Owen Swainson: a debt formed in blood and fear when they came together to catch a killer.

But their search for a murderer will rip open old wounds, and force old enemies out of hiding...

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Praise for A Bad Death: A DS McAvoy short story

  • In terms of food analogies, some books are bland or subtly flavoured, while others are like a fiery curry. David Mark's DS McAvoy books are unarguably in the latter category - Independent

  • David Mark is an original and captivating new voice

  • One of the darkest of the new faces in British crime writing, and not one to miss - Daily Mail

  • Mark is rapidly becoming one of my favourite crime writers...[He] will be giving McDermid, McBride and Billingham a run for their money - Crimewarp

  • Sophisticated plotting, in-depth characters, and sharp dialogue...Fans of John Harvey and Peter James will find much to like - Publishers Weekly

  • David Mark has the potential to be one of the stars of British crime writing - Shotsmag

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David Mark

David Mark has been a journalist for fifteen years, including seven years as crime reporter with Yorkshire Post in their Hull office. The Dark Winter is his first novel.

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