Death Can't Take a Joke - Kiszka & Kershaw Book 2 (Paperback)
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Death Can't Take a Joke - Kiszka & Kershaw Book 2 (Paperback)

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The second Kiszka and Kershaw crime thriller.

When masked men brutally stab one of his closest friends to death, Janusz Kiszka - fixer to East London's Poles - must dig deep into London's criminal underbelly to track down the killers and deliver justice.

Shadowing a beautiful Ukrainian girl he believes could solve the mystery, Kiszka soon finds himself skating dangerously close to her ruthless 'businessman' boyfriend. Meanwhile, his old nemesis, rookie police detective Natalie Kershaw is struggling to identify a mystery suicide, a Pole who jumped off the top of Canary Wharf Tower. But all is not what it seems...

Sparks fly as Kiszka and Kershaw's paths cross for a second time, but they must call a truce when their separate investigations call for a journey to Poland's wintry eastern borders...

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007524402
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 21 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

A Red Magazine BEST CRIME READ OF 2014

'Gripping.'
- VAL McDERMID

'A taut twisty narrative with a fantastic pay-off.'
- PAUL FINCH

'Crime fiction at its best - great characters, great plot, great read.'
- JAMES CRAIG, author of London Calling

'Where the Devil Can't Go marked Anya Lipska out as a crime writer of bravura skills, and this latest book continues her upward trajectory. An edgy, visceral vision of modern London, Death Can't Take a Joke boasts complex protagonists, pungently realised locales and a keen social awareness.'
- BARRY FORSHAW, author of Euro Noir - The Pocket Essential Guide to European Crime Fiction

'Pacy & enthralling, with Janusz already one of the best protagonists in the business.'
- MALCOLM McKAY, author of The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter

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“Kiszka and Kershaw are back!”

After bursting onto the British crime fiction scene last year with her perfectly hewed debut Where The Devil Can’t Go, it is a delight to be immersed once more in Lipska’s interweaving of Polish and British culture in... More

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