The Sleepwalker: Signed Edition - Aidan Waits (Hardback)
  • The Sleepwalker: Signed Edition - Aidan Waits (Hardback)
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The Sleepwalker: Signed Edition - Aidan Waits (Hardback)

The Sleepwalker: Signed Edition - Aidan Waits (Hardback)

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Hardback 400 Pages / Published: 11/07/2019
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Waterstones Says

The third installment in this exciting and atmospheric crime series really gets under the skin of maverick detective Aidan Waits, with a descent into nightmarish noir courtesy of an expiring serial killer. Knox does hard-boiled with a scintillating modern slant that hooks the reader from the first page.

Signed Edition

He said he didn't remember killing them...

As a series of rolling blackouts plunge the city into darkness, Detective Aidan Waits sits on an abandoned hospital ward, watching a mass murderer slowly die.

Transferred from his usual night shift duties and onto protective custody, he has just one job... To extract the location of Martin Wick's final victim before the notorious mass murderer passes away.

Wick has spent over a decade in prison, in near-total silence, having confessed to an unspeakable crime that shocked the nation and earned him the nickname of The Sleepwalker. But when a daring premeditated attack leaves one police officer dead and another one fighting for his life, Wick's whispered last words will send Waits on a journey into the heart of darkness...

Manipulated by a reticent psychopath from his past, and under investigation from his new partner, Detective Constable Naomi Black, Waits realises too late that a remorseless contract killer is at work. Can Aidan Waits solve his last case before fleeing justice? Or will his name be next on the hit list?

Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 9781785176685
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 629 g
Dimensions: 240 x 162 x 36 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'Knox's pitch-black novels are among crime fiction's most compelling' - i

'Fierce, funny and flint-sharp. Joseph Knox is the true grit of Brit noir' - Cara Hunter

'Dark, gritty and compelling, this will have you turning the pages until the early hours of the morning' - The Independent 

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“Another case for Aidan Waits...”

Our memories can play tricks on the mind, yet sometimes you have to trust your instincts. This is a riddle that will slowly begin to unravel. We are taken on a dangerous path through the streets of Manchester.
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“The side of Manchester you would rather not see perhaps?”

Thank you to Joseph who kindly sent me an early copy for review, he managed to land on the top of the TBR mountain - so he owes all the other books /authors an apology for jumping the very long queue!
Having been a... More

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Rachel Bridgeman

“A 5 star slice of northern noir detective fiction”

To my shame this is the first Joseph Knox book I have read-something which will absolutely be remedied!-and it's no surprise to see that I loved it!
Grim, noirish and extremely engaging, it is easy to connect... More

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