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Dark Winter: The 1st DS McAvoy Novel

David Mark

5 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense

The Sunday Times bestselling first instalment in the Hull-based DS Aector McAvoy series.

THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING RICHARD AND JUDY PICK AND KINDLE CHART-TOPPING SENSATION.
MEET DS AECTOR MCAVOY, AND BEGIN DAVID MARK'S ADDICTIVE CRIME SERIES.

DS Aector McAvoy is a man with a troubled past. His unwavering belief in justice has made him an outsider in the police force he serves, a good man among the lazy and corrupt.

Then on a cold day in December he is the first cop on the scene when a young girl is killed in Hull's historic church - and the only one to see the murderer. A masked man, with tears in his eyes...

When two more seemingly unconnected people die, the police must work quickly. Only McAvoy can see the connection between the victims. A killer is playing God - and McAvoy must find a way to stop the deadly game.

Hooked on Hull? Then check out the second instalment in the DS McAvoy series, Original Skin...

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Praise for Dark Winter: The 1st DS McAvoy Novel

  • Dark Winter is an exceptional debut from an exciting new talent. David Mark is an original and captivating new voice - Val McDermid

  • David Mark sets out his stall with this page-turning debut - Time Out

  • An excellent police thriller debut, set in the North East and introducing a copper whom I hope will be around for some time - The Times

  • An unusual and accomplished debut with tight plotting and intelligent writing - Daily Mail

  • Fast-moving and tightly plotted, with strong characterisation and a likeable protagonist, this is an extremely promising debut - Guardian

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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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