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The Insider

The Insider

‘If you read only one police procedural this year, make it The Insider.’ Daily Mail

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The thrilling second novel in the acclaimed Stone and Oliver series by award-winning author, Mari Hannah.

‘Nobody understands the many faces of cops better than Mari Hannah.’ Val McDermid

‘Mari Hannah writes with a sharp eye and a dark heart.’ Peter James

‘It was the news they had all been dreading, confirmation of a fourth victim.’

When the body of a young woman is found by a Northumberland railway line, it’s a baptism of fire for the Murder Investigation Team’s newest detective duo: DCI David Stone and DS Frankie Oliver.

The case is tough by anyone’s standards, but Stone is convinced that there’s a leak in his team – someone is giving the killer a head start on the investigation. Until he finds out who, Stone can only trust his partner.

But Frankie is struggling with her own past. And she isn’t the only one being driven by a personal vendetta. The killer is targeting these women for a reason. And his next target is close to home…

‘Brand new series, same top-notch writing.’ Eva Dolan
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 1st November 2018

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781409174080

Reviews

Mari Hannah writes with a sharp eye and a dark heart.
Peter James
Nobody understands the many faces of cops better than Mari Hannah.
Val McDermid
Brand new series, same top-notch writing.
Eva Dolan
Hannah's plots are original and modern, rooted in the fast-changing relationships between men and women.
Sunday Times
Few crime writers capture the workings of the police - and the pressures on offices - better than Hannah. If you read only one police procedural this year, make it The Insider. It deserves it.
Daily Mail
A pacy, gritty and authentic read.
Heat
There's an authenticity to Mari Hannah 's gritty police procedurals that eludes many of her contemporaries ...The book has steely narrative command, with chilling insights into the killer's ego.
Guardian