Cold Bones: The 8th DS McAvoy Novel
It's the coldest winter in Hull for years.
When McAvoy is told by a concerned stranger that an elderly woman hasn't been seen for a few days, he goes to check on her - only to find her in the bath, encased in ice: the heating off; the windows open; the whole house frozen over.
It could be a macabre accident, but McAvoy senses murder. Someone watched her die.
As he starts to uncover the victim's story and her connections to a lost fishing trawler, his boss Trish is half a world away, investigating a mysterious death in Iceland. Hull and Iceland have traditionally been united by fishing - in this case, they are linked by a secret concealed for half a century, and a series of brutal killings that have never been connected.
Until now - when the secrets of the dead have returned to prey on the living.
PRAISE FOR DAVID MARK
' Dark, compelling crime writing of the highest order' Daily Mail
'Truly exhilarating and inventive . Mark is a wonderfully descriptive writer and an exciting young talent.' Peter James
' Aficionados of the grittiest, most trenchant fare love Mark's copper Aector McAvoy , who customarily moves in a darkly realised Hull.' Financial Times
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