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This award winning crime thriller series has evolved into one of the best in the market. 

 

 

'A vivid new hero in this satisfyingly dark and tense thriller.' The Independent

 

'They're just great reads.' Stephen Fry, Sprout Pictures.




'If proof were neeed that Hannah's DCI Kate Daniels is a great addition to the crime scene, then here it is.' Peterborough Telegraph

 

'Brutal and engaging. Mari Hannah writes with a sharp eye and a dark heart.' Peter James.

 

'DCI Kate Daniels: a Northerner to join the roster of top literary detectives.' The Times.


'Solid plotting ... a satisfying and meaty read.' The Guardian.

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Mar162016

Coming later this year . . .

For those who’ve waited patiently for news of Kate Daniels 6, I can now share the cover of Gallows Drop and a little hint of what's to come . . .

At dawn on a lonely stretch of road, a body is found hanging from an ancient gallows the morning after a country show. Hours earlier, DCI Kate Daniels had seen the victim alive. With her leave period imminent, she's forced to step aside when DCI James Atkins is called in to investigate. There's bad blood between them. 

When Kate discovers that Atkins' daughter was an eyewitness to a fight involving the victim, the two detectives lock horns and he's bumped off the case. It's the trigger for a vicious attack on Kate, exposing a secret she's kept hidden for years and unearthing an even darker one. 

Shaken but undeterred, Kate sets out to solve a case that has shocked a close-knit village community. As suspects emerge, she uncovers a curious historical connection with a hangman, a culture of systematic bullying, a web of deceit and a deep-seated psychosis, any one of which could be motive for murder.

The novel will be published on November 17th 2016 and is available for pre-order by clicking the cover image.

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