An internationally bestselling crime writer, Scottish author Peter May’s first novel, The Reporter, was adapted for television, leading him into a successful career as a television writer, creator, and producer. Fiction remained his first love, however, and he continued to write crime novels alongside his other work, finally quitting to pursue a career as a novelist in the mid-1990s.
His highly successful novel The Blackhouse was initially rejected by UK publishers but published in French, earning critical acclaim and a number of awards before being picked up by the newly formed British publisher Quercus. The novel became the first in the hugely popular Lewis Trilogy, set in the Outer Hebrides.
Peter May is also the creator of the China Thrillers series, the Enzo files (set in France where May has lived for many years) and many successful standalone thrillers including Entry Island, Runaway and Coffin Road.
Spanning seventy years from wartime to present day France, May’s audacious new Enzo Macleod thriller finds the detective embroiled in two separate, yet equally baffling, crimes linked by the Mona Lisa.
The Lewis Trilogy
The Enzo Files
The China Thrillers
Novels by Peter May
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