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Cold Bones: The 8th DS McAvoy Novel

David Mark

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Ds Mcavoy, Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense

The new novel in the bestselling, critically acclaimed Hull-based DS McAvoy crime series.

It's the coldest winter in Hull for years.

When McAvoy is told by a concerned stranger that an elderly woman hasn't been seen for a few days, he goes to check on her - only to find her in the bath, encased in ice: the heating off; the windows open; the whole house frozen over.

It could be a macabre accident, but McAvoy senses murder. Someone watched her die.

As he starts to uncover the victim's story and her connections to a lost fishing trawler, his boss Trish is half a world away, investigating a mysterious death in Iceland. Hull and Iceland have traditionally been united by fishing - in this case, they are linked by a secret concealed for half a century, and a series of brutal killings that have never been connected.

Until now - when the secrets of the dead have returned to prey on the living.

PRAISE FOR DAVID MARK

'Dark, compelling crime writing of the highest order' Daily Mail

'Truly exhilarating and inventive. Mark is a wonderfully descriptive writer and an exciting young talent.' Peter James

'Aficionados of the grittiest, most trenchant fare love Mark's copper Aector McAvoy, who customarily moves in a darkly realised Hull.' Financial Times

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Praise for Cold Bones: The 8th DS McAvoy Novel

  • Praise for David Mark - -

  • Dark, compelling crime writing of the highest order - Daily Mail

  • Truly exhilarating and inventive. Mark is a wonderfully descriptive writer and an exciting young talent.

  • Aficionados of the grittiest, most trenchant fare love Mark's copper Aector McAvoy, who customarily moves in a darkly realised Hull. - Financial Times

  • Breathtaking. Mark writes bad beautifully

  • More twists and turns than a corkscrew through the eyeball

  • Mark's rich, distinctive prose style and damaged characters compel you to keep reading... shaping up to be an essential crime series - Crime Scene Magazine

  • In McAvoy, David Mark has created a big hero with a huge heart. His skill at weaving threads of light through the darkest fabric has rightly won him a legion of fans who like their crime fiction to be real and compassionate.

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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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