#fridayreads Mari Hannah, David Mark, Lloyd Shepherd, David Jackson, Simon Toyne, R N Morris, Michael Walters, Mark Billingham

Random reading Suggestions from Debuts, Consolidations, Entrenchers to Rooted.**  All are out about now or coming soon.

Debuts

Police procedural: Mari Hannah’s The Murder Wall. Catch the introductory video here and find the novel on Amazon here.  Also David Mark’s The Dark Winter set in Hull.  Historical crime: Lloyd Shepherd’s English Monster.

Consolidations

US-set police thriller: David Jackson’s The Helper.  Simon Toyne’s follow up to Sanctus (part 2 of 3): The Key.

Entrenchers

New series set in 1914: R N Morris’s Summon Up The Blood; find out more here or drop straight into Amazon.  News reaches us that Michael Walters’s Mongolia-set Nergui series will be available on Kindle from May 15.  Start with the first one The Shadow Walker.

Rooted

Mark Billingham’s tenth Tom Thorne outing, Good as Dead, goes into paperback.

**Debuts (first crime/thriller novel), Consolidations (second crime/thriller novel), Entrenchers (minimum 3 novels under belt & may be on new series) and Rooted (well-established, to be seen in ‘front of house’ space).

5 thoughts on “#fridayreads Mari Hannah, David Mark, Lloyd Shepherd, David Jackson, Simon Toyne, R N Morris, Michael Walters, Mark Billingham

  1. Col

    Thanks for heads-up on latest Tom Thorne in paperback! As well as the story itself am looking forward to seeing if Tottenham supporting Thorne has a view on the Redknapp for England manager saga!!!!

  2. peterjearle

    Thanks for your useful blog. I read the R. N. Morris tantalizer and was very tempted. Pity I am flooded with reviews to write myself for Mean Streets. The balance between reading, writing and blogging is getting out of kilter!

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