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Mark Peterson is a significant new voice in British crime writing. He was born in London and studied Literature at the University of Essex. Mark then moved to Brighton and embarked on a career in PR before choosing to re-train as a teacher. He returned to university in 2006 to begin an MA in Creative Writing. It was there that he started to write the novel that would become Flesh and Blood, the first in the Minter series. He now lives in Brighton with his wife and two children.
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March 2013 Debut of the Month. A fresh, gritty and compelling Brighton-based crime fiction debut - the first in a series starring DS Minter, new to the job and with a troubled past. An undercover operation goes disastrously wrong leaving a policeman dead and investigations point uncomfortably to police corruption - but illegal drugs are big business that powerful people want to protect, including a psychopathic transvestite. Fans of Peter James should have this cleverly plotted thriller on their reading list.