From Publishers Weekly
David Peace (Nineteen Seventy Seven) offers Nineteen Eighty, the third installment of his acclaimed historical suspense series, the Red Riding Quartet. The Yorkshire Ripper is still on the loose, the residents are terrified and ever-vigilant out-of-town police officer Peter Hunter steps up to the plate, further angering the corrupt and complacent Yorkshire cops.
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“David Peace is the future of crime fiction. . . . A fantastic talent.” —Ian Rankin
“[David Peace is] transforming the genre with passion and style.” —George Pelecanos
“Peace has single-handedly established the genre of Yorkshire Noir, and mightily satisfying it is.” —Yorkshire Post
“Peace is a manic James Joyce of the crime novel . . . invoking the horror of grim lives, grim crimes, and grim times.” —Sleazenation
“A tour de force of crime fiction which confirms David Peace’s reputation as one of the most important names in contemporary crime literature.” —Crime Time
“A compelling and devastating body of work that pushes Peace to the forefront of British writing.” —Time Out
“[Peace] exposes a side of life which most of us would prefer to ignore.” —Daily Mail
“A writer of immense talent and power. . . . If Northern Noir is the crime fashion of the moment, Peace is its most brilliant designer.” —The Times
“Peace has found his own voice–-full of dazzling, intense poetry and visceral violence.” —Uncut