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A Dark Redemption

by Stav (Literary Editor) Sherez

Part of the Carrigan & Miller Series

A Dark Redemption Synopsis

A Dark Redemption introduces DI Jack Carrigan and DS Geneva Miller as they investigate the brutal rape and murder of a young Ugandan student. Plunged into an underworld of illegal immigrant communities, they discover that the murdered girl's studies at a London College may have threatened to reveal things that some people will go to any lengths to keep secret... Unflinching, inventive and intelligent, A Dark Redemption explores a sinister case that will force DI Carrigan to face up to his past and DS Miller to confront what path she wants her future to follow.

A Dark Redemption Press Reviews

A superior novel, well written and plotted, with a convincing backdrop about a continent that rarely features in crime fiction. --Marcel Berlins, THE TIMES Fast paced and slick, this is the first in what could well be an outstanding series. --Laura Wilson, GUARDIAN A Dark Redemption is a clever, multi-layered beginning to a promising new series . . . Sherez does a masterful job with a particularity haunting plot. --Henry Sutton, (Book of the Week) The Daily Mirror This intriguing and well-written thriller is highly original . . . Sherez ventures into a part of London that crime fiction readers probably never see. A salutary read, highly recommended. --Jessica Mann, Literary Review

Book Information

ISBN: 9780571244843
Publication date: 3rd January 2013
Author: Stav (Literary Editor) Sherez
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 384 pages
Categories: Crime & mystery,

About Stav (Literary Editor) Sherez

Stav Sherez is a freelance journalist and the author of two previous novels. The Devil's Playground (2004), his debut, was described by James Sallis as 'altogether extraordinary, it introduces a major new talent', and his second novel The Black Monastery (2009), was described as 'dynamite fiction' in the Independent and 'spectacular' by Laura Wilson in the Guardian.

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