The Long Call - Two Rivers (Paperback)
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The Long Call - Two Rivers (Paperback)

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Paperback 400 Pages / Published: 20/02/2020
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The first in a new Devon-set crime series from the accomplished creator of the Shetland and Vera novels, The Long Call sees a troubled detective returning to the community he turned his back on. Plotted with Cleeves’ customary deft skill and introducing a complex, flawed new protagonist, The Long Call bodes very well for this fresh mystery series.

Longlisted for the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year 2020

The Long Call is the No.1 bestselling first novel in the Two Rivers series from Sunday Times bestseller and creator of Vera and Shetland, Ann Cleeves.

In North Devon, where the rivers Taw and Torridge converge and run into the sea, Detective Matthew Venn stands outside the church as his father's funeral takes place. The day Matthew turned his back on the strict evangelical community in which he grew up, he lost his family too.

Now he's back, not just to mourn his father at a distance, but to take charge of his first major case in the Two Rivers region; a complex place not quite as idyllic as tourists suppose.

A body has been found on the beach near to Matthew's new home: a man with the tattoo of an albatross on his neck, stabbed to death.

Finding the killer is Venn's only focus, and his team's investigation will take him straight back into the community he left behind, and the deadly secrets that lurk there.

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9781509889600
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 283 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 27 mm


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'As a huge fan of both the Shetland and Vera series of books, I had high expectations for Cleeves' latest. She easily exceeded those expectations with The Long Call. Matthew Venn is a keeper. A stunning debut for Cleeves' latest crimefighter' - David Baldacci

'Had me hooked - a promising beginning to another fine chapter in the Ann Cleeves story' -The Times

'Clever, compassionate and atmospheric, with a great cast of new characters to love. I am already a Matthew Venn fan' - Elly Griffiths

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“Fabulously drawn new characters in a complex and well-plotted police procedural”

A brand new series from Ann Cleeves is something not to be missed and I dived into The Long Call with eagerness. This is the Two Rivers series, so called because the books are set in North Devon between the Taw and... More

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“Compulsive reading”

I have been a fan of Ann cleve's crime fiction for many years and I believe she gets better and better. This novel was devoured in about 4 hours. I couldn't stop reading until the end. Although there are... More

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“Atmospheric, character driven start to a new series”

The long call is a term used to describe the cry of the herring gull although to main character DI Matthew Venn, it always sounds more like someone howling in pain. This observation gives you immediate insight into... More

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