Ash And Bone: (Frank Elder) - Frank Elder (Paperback)
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Ash And Bone: (Frank Elder) - Frank Elder (Paperback)

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Paperback 448 Pages / Published: 25/04/2013
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When the takedown of a violent criminal goes badly wrong, something doesn't feel right to Detective Sergeant Maddy Birch. And her uneasiness is compounded by her belief that someone is following her home.

Retired Detective Inspector Frank Elder's daughter, Katherine, is running wild. Elder's fears for his daughter are underscored by guilt - it was his involvement in a case that led directly to the abduction and rape which has so unbalanced Katherine's life.

Persuaded out of retirement, Elder reopens a cold case which could have devastating repercussions for the crime squad itself. Elder's investigations take place against the backdrop of his increasing concern for his daughter. He must battle his own demons before he can uncover the truth.

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9780099585640
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 309 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 28 mm


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Ash and Bone starts where Flesh and Blood left off, in every sense. Harvey once again gets everything right, jangling the nerves and plucking the heart-strings as he leads us sure-footedly through a complex plot whose disparate elements he holds in perfect balance. Another marvellous read. -- Reginald Hill
John Harvey is one of my favourite writers. Whenever he has a new book out it goes to the top of my reading list. And I haven't been disappointed yet. -- Peter Robinson
Ash & Bone, like everything I've read of Harvey's, is distinguished by seriousness, sophistication and stylistic elegance. * Washington Post *
John Harvey continues to delight all readers who relish his hard-boiled gritty style and recognise the authenticity of his English inner city settings. * Daily Mail *
Immaculately engineered thriller...Harvey's book is fast, fluent and exciting, with a pace and assurance that never lets up. * Literary Review *

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“Gritty and well plotted.”

Harvey doesn't pull punches when setting the scene for his novels. What he does do is lead the reader in one direction and then suddenly flip you 180 degrees!

Elder is back to find out what happened to a former... More

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