The Dark Winter:
(Detective Sergeant Mcavoy)
Plume (March 26, 2013)
Published by The Penguin Group
Paperback: 304 pages
E-Book File Size: 545 KB
A series of suspicious deaths have rocked Hull, a port city in England as old and mysterious as its bordering sea. They have captured the attention of Detective Sergeant Aector McAvoy. He notices a pattern missed by his fellow officers, who would rather get a quick arrest than bother themselves with finding the true killer. Torn between his police duties and his aching desire to spend more time with his pregnant wife and young son, McAvoy is an unlikely hero: a physically imposing man far more comfortable exploring computer databases than throwing around his muscle. Compelled by his keen sense of justice, he decides to strike out alone—but in the depths of the dark winter, it’s difficult to forget what happened the last time he found himself on the wrong side of a killer’s blade…
About This Author
David Mark has been a journalist for over fifteen years, including seven years as crime reporter with The Yorkshire Post. He is married with two children and lives near Hull. Dark Winter is his first novel. The follow up,Original Skin, will be available May 16, 2013.
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Comments on “Spotlight: The Dark Winter by David Mark (Giveaway!)”
Far from a cozy this time. A nice change, I guess. Dee
Sounds very interesting.
Hull one of the few places I never visited when I lived in England
Sounds like a good book.
Looking forward to reading this.
This is truly different. Looks like a wonderful read!
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