The Devil's Detective

by Simon Kurt Unsworth

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The Devil's Detective Synopsis

Solving crimes was the purpose of the Information Men, yet they almost never achieved it, and even when they did, the facts they scraped free were lost, buried again in the labyrinthine mess of the Bureaucracy.

The Devil's Detective Press Reviews

'With the character of Fool, Simon Kurt Unsworth has crafted a hero among the damned. Original, tense, and full of twists, this is one hell of a great read' -- Hugh Howey Sunday Times Bestselling author of Wool

'Expect gruesome descriptions of horrible other-worldly violence - and subtly life-affirming sentiments in a quirky Lovecraftian tale' The Sun

'An entertaining Dantean spin on the police procedural... Appropriately awash with gore and bodily fluids, The Devil's Detective is damned good.' The Financial Times

'Dark and luminous, compelling and insidious, DEVIL'S DETECTIVE is a novel that transcends genre' -- Michael Marshall Smith

'inventive and intriguing - Unsworth turns a journey through Hell into a heavenly read' -- Alison Littlewood author of Richard and Judy pick A Cold Season

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ISBN: 9780091956523
Publication date: 25/02/2016
Publisher: Del Rey an imprint of Ebury Publishing
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780091956523
Publication date: 25th February 2016
Author: Simon Kurt Unsworth
Publisher: Del Rey an imprint of Ebury Publishing
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 368 pages
Genres: Crime / Mystery, eBook Favourites, Horror,
Categories: Crime & mystery, Horror & ghost stories, Fantasy,

About Simon Kurt Unsworth

Simon Unsworth was born in Manchester and has achieved great success in the art of short story writing, having been published widely and nominated for both the World Fantasy Award and Edge Hill Short Story Collection prize.

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