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    David Mark(Author)

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'Dark, compelling crime writing of the highest order' Daily Mail

'Breathtaking. Mark writes bad beautifully' Peter May, author of The Blackhouse

Hull, northern England. Two weeks before Christmas. Three bodies in the morgue.

The victims - each a sole survivor of a past tragedy - killed in the manner they once cheated death.

Somebody is playing God. And it falls to DS Aector McAvoy to stop their deadly game.

Hooked on Hull? Then check out the second in the DS Aector McAvoy series, Original Skin . . .

'An unusual and accomplished debut with tight plotting and intelligent writing' Daily Mail. (Daily Mail)'[David Mark] brings alive the remoteness of Hull from the rest of Yorkshire and the financial decay of the area. Highly recommended. I look forward to the next book' Euro Crime. (Euro Crime)'Fast-moving and tightly plotted, with strong characterisation and a likeable protagonist, this is an extremely promising debut' Guardian. (Guardian)'The Dark Winter is an exceptional debut from an exciting new talent. David Mark is an original and captivating new voice' Val McDermid. (Val McDermid)'David Mark has the potential to be one of the stars of British crime writing' Shots. (Shots)

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  • PDF | 400 pages
  • David Mark(Author)
  • riverrun (3 Jan. 2013)
  • English
  • 7
  • Crime, Thrillers & Mystery

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  • By Shell on 26 January 2014

    I quite enjoyed this and thought the plot and the Hull setting was excellent.My big problem was the lead character McAvoy who has so many quirks and just too much sensitivity to be believable. People are in awe of his goodness and I found him too "complex" to be likeable. I didn't actually like him that much and thought he should get a grip on his emotions or change jobs.This book just did not work for me but I had to keep reading to find out what happened.

  • By J machin on 27 June 2017

    Couldn't make out the pattern at first then it all made sense. Excellent!Now for the next one - looking forward to that.

  • By Longsuffering on 19 March 2015

    A rare thing, a very decent read, well written. Characters that you could care about if not nessacerily believe in,and a plot designed to make the reader feel clever when they spot the culprit.

  • By Kindle Customer on 22 October 2014

    A great debut by David Mark. I found myself unable to put this down. Well paced and tense right to the end. Well plotted and atmospheric throughout. I want to read more.

  • By Pamela L. on 18 February 2014

    Aector is one of those characters who touches your heart so that everything he does has you on the edge of your seat. A novel that has your heart racing to keep up with the twists and turns of a glorious read.

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