Nighthawking: Signed Edition (Hardback)Russ Thomas (author)
The author of former Waterstones Thriller of the Month Firewatching delivers another scorching blast of Sheffield Noir as DS Adam Tyler becomes embroiled in the esoteric world of ‘night hawkers,’ nocturnal treasure hunters bent on unearthing ancient relics.
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The newest novel by the author of Firewatching, by 'a bold and brilliant new voice in crime fiction'
Sheffield's beautiful Botanical Gardens - an oasis of peace in a world filled with sorrow, confusion and pain. And then, one morning, a body is found in the Gardens. A young woman, dead from a stab wound, buried in a quiet corner. Police quickly determine that the body's been there for months. It would have gone undiscovered for years - but someone just sneaked into the Gardens and dug it up.
Who is the victim? Who killed her and hid her body? Who unburied her? And who laid two ancient Roman coins over her eyes?
In his quest to find her murderer, DS Adam Tyler will find himself drawn into the secretive world of nighthawkers: treasure-hunters who operate under cover of darkness, seeking the lost and valuable... and willing to kill to keep what they find.
That which was lost... will always be found again
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Number of pages: 448
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm
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“Another installment in a fantastic series”
The sequel to Firewatching fully lived up to my expectations! When a book opens with a dead body buried in a botanical garden with Roman coins in the eye sockets, you know you're going to be in for a thrilling... More
“Who killed the woman whose body has turned up in the Botanical gardens?”
Detectorists find a cache of rare precious Roman coins and a body is found in the Botanical gardens. Can these be linked? How did she die? Who buried her? Who dug her up?
Can DS Adam Tyler and his team find out the... More
“Great to catch up with D I Hawley and the team”
I really enjoyed catching up with DS Tyler and his colleagues in this second book by Russ Thomas, and being based in my home city of Sheffield made the story even better. I found this plot slightly less convoluted... More
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