'Hurley's decent, persistent cop is cementing his reputation as one of Britain's most credible official sleuths... a brilliantly depicted microcosm of contemporary Britain. His investigations are realistic and authoritative... a sterling demonstration of the way crime writing can target society's woes.' -- GUARDIAN Maxim Jakubowski 'Excellent... Another first rate thriller from a writer who is firmly up there with the best' -- SUNDAY TELEGRAPH Susanna Yager 'There is no doubt that his series of police-procedural novels is one of the best since the genre was invented more than half a century ago... As always Hurley has pulled off the trick of filling his pages with downbeat, depressing details and making them into an upbeat enjoyable read.' LITERARY REVIEW 'Blood and Honey shows why Graham Hurley is at the forefront of British crime writers... [he] again proves himself a champion of the genre' WATERSTONES BOOKS QUARTERLY 'Graham Hurley is a safe pair of hands at delivering slightly grungy, atmospheric crime novels and is here true to form.' SPECTATOR 'extremely realistic and very convincing' CRIMESQUAD.COM 'A riveting read, with two intense storylines and more than an injection of human trials and tribulations to make it more than just a crime book. 10/10' PETERBOROUGH EVENING TELEGRAPH 'a brilliantly depicted microcosm of contemporary Britain... realistic and authoritative... a sterling demonstration of the way crime writing can target society's woes.' -- GUARDIAN 'There is no doubt that his series of police-procedural novels is one of the best since the genre was invented more than half a century ago...' LITERARY REVIEW 'A Southern crime writer every bit as good as his Scottish counterpart [Ian Rankin]' PUBLISHING NEWS
About the Author
Graham Hurley is an award-winning TV documentary maker who now writes full time. He has lived in Portsmouth for 20 years. He is married and has grown up children.