The Sinner: In prison not everyone is guilty . . . (Paperback)Martyn Waites (author)
- 10+ in stock
Publisher: Zaffre Publishing
Number of pages: 464
Weight: 337 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 26 mm
I have to say I think it's his best yet. A proper page-turner, with a claustrophobic darkness to it and an excellent cast of characters. * Stuart MacBride *
One of the very best crime writers we have * Mark Billingham *
I've long suspected that Martyn Waites belongs behind bars, and with this brilliant, pulse-raising, prison-set thriller, he's proved me right * Mick Herron *
Pacey but atmospheric, with a palpable sense of claustrophobia and menace * Laura Wilson, Guardian *
One of the brightest stars in the British crime writing firmament * John Connolly *
Full of thrills and spills and packed with danger, The Sinner is a supersonic fast-paced page turner; calling it high octane doesn't even come close to doing it justice . . . a book that made me forget to breathe * The Book Magnet *
Books like The Sinner are why I started blogging all those years ago. I wanted to make sure my love for a story which had held me gripped from first page to last could reach a wide audience and hopefully as many people as possible will be on the lookout for this book . . . The Sinner is the book I will be recommending for a good while to come. Easy 5 star score - go get it! * Grab This Book *
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