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Publisher Description

'A brutal and thrilling page-turner' THE SUN

'Gleefully gory and witty, with a terrific sense of place' SUNDAY MIRROR

'Compelling' HEAT

*THREE BRAND NEW SHORT STORIES FROM THE WINNER OF THE CWA BEST CRIME NOVEL OF 2019 AWARD*
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In The Killing Field, Poe and Tilly are having breakfast, wondering how to spend the rest of their holiday, when their presence is requested at a Cumbrian airfield. An airfield that, during the 2001 foot and mouth crisis, was known as the killing field . . .

In Why Don't Sheep Shrink?, a global pandemic forces Poe and Tilly to self-isolate together. Things don't go well. They're bickering and on the verge of falling out until Poe finds an old case file: a locked room mystery he's been mulling over for years. Step forward, Tilly Bradshaw . . .

Dead Man's Fingers sees Poe, Tilly and Edgar, Poe's English springer spaniel, enjoying a picnic at a nature reserve. When Edgar chases a rabbit, and Poe and Tilly chase after him, they stumble upon a twenty-year-old mystery, a mystery that couldn't be solved until now . . .

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Praise for M. W. Craven:

'Jaw-droppingly shocking and intense' Women & Home

'Pacy, gory and clever, this is our new fave troubled cop/eccentric buddy duo' Crime Monthly

'An intriguing, fast-moving mystery' The Times

'Superb' Daily Mail

'This series really is something special' Morning Star

'Atmospherically moody' Peterborough Telegraph

'Dark, sharp and compelling' Peter James

'Thrilling' Mick Herron

'Fantastic' Martina Cole

'Brilliantly inventive' William Shaw

'Gripping. Taut. Twisty' Imran Mahmood

'Mind-blowing' A.A. Dhand

'Twisted and terrifying, fresh and funny' Chris Whitaker

'Dazzling' Holly Watt

'Intelligent. Sophisticated. Intriguing' Mari Hannah

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2020
3 September
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
70
Pages
PUBLISHER
Little, Brown Book Group
SIZE
734.9
KB

Customer Reviews

micky bird ,

M W craven genius

3 great short stories with fabulous chemistry between Poe and bradshaw

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