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The Murder Wall

The Murder Wall

Author(s): Mari Hannah

Location(s): Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland

Genre(s): Crime, Fiction

Era(s): Modern



Eleven months after discovering a brutal double murder in a sleepy Northumbrian town, Detective Chief Inspector Kate Daniels is still haunted by her failure to solve the case. Then the brutal killing of a man on Newcastle’s Quayside gives Daniels another chance to get it right, and her first case as Senior Investigating Officer. When Daniels recognises the corpse, but fails to disclose the fact, her personal life swerves dangerously into her professional life. But much worse, she is now being watched. As Daniels steps closer to finding a killer, a killer is only a breath away from claiming his next victim Waterstones.com

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Set in Newcastle, The Murder Wall is a fast-paced thriller featuring DCI Kate Daniels … this is police procedural at its best – short, snappy chapters, inventive characters, lots of twists and interwoven stories...

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Geordie Tale

Author: Bev Bookless

Just finished reading this great book, easy to read and every chapter urging you to read the next, just to see what happens. Set in Newcastle and my home county of Northumberland I could...

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Page turner!

I loved being able to picture Kate whizz ing around all the places in Newcastle that I know – the fact that the location is expertly and accurately described gives the fictional story a...

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Enjoyable thriller set in Newcastle and Northumberland

Enjoyable thriller set in Newcastle and Northumberland which cleverly introduces Detective Kate Daniels (I thought at first I was reading the second novel so well formed was the character). Fans of the book from...

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Nice storyline

I liked this book a lot. It is very descriptive of places in Newcastle and Northumberland and this level of detail and the sound plot makes for a good read.

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