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Cross and Burn

CrimeFest e-Dunnit Awards, 2014

ebook / ISBN-13: 9781405523127

Price: £8.99

ON SALE: 10th October 2013

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

‘The queen of crime is still at the top of her game’ Independent
‘No one can plot or tell a story like she can’ Daily Express

Someone is brutally killing women. Women who bear a striking resemblance to former DCI Carol Jordan. The connection is too strong to ignore and soon psychological profiler Tony Hill finds himself dangerously close to the investigation, just as the killer is closing in on his next target.

This is a killer like no other, hell-bent on inflicting the most severe and grotesque punishment on his prey. As the case becomes ever-more complex and boundaries begin to blur, Tony and Carol must work together once more to try and save the victims, and themselves.

A breathless, thrilling mystery from the number one bestseller.
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If you enjoyed Cross and Burn, don’t miss the first in a new series from the Queen of Crime. 1979 is out now, introducing the unforgettable Allie Burns.
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Praise for Val McDermid:

‘It grabs the reader by the throat and never lets go’ Daily Mail

‘So gripping it puts your life on hold’ The Times

As good a psychological thriller as it is possible to get’ Sunday Express

‘One of today’s most accomplished crime writers’ Literary Review

‘McDermid remains unrivalled’ Observer

This is the eighth book in the bestselling Tony Hill and Carol Jordan series.

Reviews

McDermid is as smooth a practitioner of crime fiction as anyone out there
New York Times Book Review
McDermid's fiendishly clever eighth novel featuring forensic psychologist Tony Hill and detective Carol Jordan... is not to be missed
Publisher's Weekly
McDermid earns her customary high marks for planting clues, mastering procedural detail and maintaining suspense as the net closes. As usual, however, the endlessly fraught relationships among the continuing characters are the real draw.
Kirkus Reviews
The book can be read as a story about a hunter/ killer. But it is also a fascinating study of his opponents, the infinitely complex Hill and the clever Sleuth Jordan
Literary Review
Dark, tense and pacy, McDermid's fans will love this
Irish Sunday Mirror

Tony Hill and Carol Jordan