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A gripping, fast-paced thriller set in the south coast of England.
Graham Hurley is an award-winning TV documentary maker who now writes full time. His Faraday and Winter series won two Theakstons shortlist nominations and was successfully adapted for French TV. He has since written a quartet of novels featuring D/S Jimmy Suttle, and three WW2 novels, the first of which - Finisterre - was shortlisted for the Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize. The first two titles in the Enora Andressen series, Curtain Call and Sight Unseen, are also available from Severn House. After thirty years in Portsmouth, Graham now lives in East Devon with his wife, Lin.
A first-rate mystery with an exciting premise . It's all told in a
stiff-upper-lip British style that makes the eventual revelations
even more powerful
Will appeal to hard-boiled fans on both sides of the pond
*Booklist on Sight Unseen*
A very strong series debut ... An intriguing start to a promising new series
*Booklist on Curtain Call*
Fans of P.D. James, John Harvey, and Jill McGown will appreciate this solid British crime novel
*Library Journal on One Under*
Hurley brings an almost noirlike sensibility to the surprising finale
*Booklist on Aurore*
Strong characterization and tight plotting distinguish British author Hurley's seventh police procedural
*Publishers Weekly on One Under*