The Next to Die

The Next to Die: the must-read thriller in a gripping new series

Hardback Published on: 02/02/2023
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The Next to Die
A raw and powerful debut
Likewise, Elliot F. Sweeney- The Next To Die absolutely blew me away. With a writing style reminiscent of Jake Arnott, and Mark Timlin this London set thri... READ MORE


Five years since his daughter's death. Now it's happening again. **A Sunday Times pick of the week** 'The Next to Die is a remarkably assured debut. It oozes the sour tang of authenticity, mingling psychiatry and crime with the mean streets of London.' Andrew Taylor 'Pitch-perfect tone and quality, a terrific debut.' Amer Anwar 'A superb, heart-thumping thriller. Without doubt my favourite read of the year.' Carol Wyer 'Hooked me immediately with its formidable pace and fluid style.' James Oswald 'Outstanding. Gritty and compelling with a cast of richly-drawn characters, this is an exceptional book. That ending - wow!' D. S. Butler Dylan Kasper is stuck. Living in self-imposed reclusion from his former life in the police, he's been in a downward spiral since his daughter's death five years ago. All that changes when the son of an esteemed professor jumps under an inner-city train. His former colleagues call it suicide, but Kasper knows different. This has all happened before - to him, and his dead daughter. Taking on the investigation himself, Kasper soon realises the terrible trouble young Tommy had found himself in. With nowhere to run, he thought suicide was the only way to keep his family safe. But before long, Kasper's investigation makes him target number one. Can he keep his demons in check and stay alive long enough to bring those responsible to justice?

  • Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
  • ISBN: 9781472292605
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Weight: 560g
  • Dimensions: 234 x 160 x 38 mm

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