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Coming Nov 1, 2018 . . . Stone & Oliver #2

Nobody understands the many faces of cops better than Mari Hannah. Val McDermid

Truly absorbing. Peter Robinson 


Mari Hannah's already assured command of the crime fiction idiom has even managed to grow incrementally, as The Death Messenger proves. It's a reminder of how appropriate her recent CWA Dagger win was. Barry Foreshaw: 

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

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

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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Thursday
Mar222018

The Lost Publication Day. 


Last night, my ninth title The Lost - the first in a new series featuring DI David Stone and DS Frankie Oliver was launched at Forum Books in Corbridge to a full house with standing room only at the back.

I'd like to thank Helen (Forum's owner) for organising the event in her fabulous new independent bookshop, all those who came along to celebrate and local photographer Ian Wylie who captured the event on camera for us. As you can see, we had a lot of fun. If you'd like to take a peek at what went on, you can do so here: bit.ly/2pwmP13 

There are a few others to thank: my publishing team at Orion for their hard work; Val McDermid, Peter Robinson, Eva Dolan and Angela Marsons for the wonderful quotes they gave; reviewers and bloggers who read and reviewed The Lost so positively pre-publication; my readers who have and continue to support me and the amazing Twitter crowd who've sent good wishes today. 

Happy reading . . .

Mari 

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