The Colours of Death
'Breathtakingly original, and a captivating sense of place' Val McDermid, bestselling author of Still Life
'Compelling and original, this glints with freshness' Daily Mail
'A brilliantly inventive and twisty tale' Claire McGowan, bestselling author of The Push
'A good detective story . . . intriguing' Guardian
' A distinctive, intriguing, immersive debut' Mari Hannah, multi-award winning author of Without a Trace
In the Gare do Oriente, a body sits, slumped, in a stationary train. A high-profile man appears to have died by throwing himself repeatedly against the glass. But according to witnesses, he may not have done this of his own accord.
Lisbon 2021. A small percentage of the population are diagnosed as Gifted. Along with the power comes stigma and suspicion.
In a prejudiced city, Gifted Inspector Isabel Reis is hiding her own secrets while putting her life on the line to stop an ingenious killer.
A violent and mysterious crime. Suspected Gifted involvement. A city baying for blood. And a killer who has only just begun . . .
'A bold, compelling police drama a step beyond the ordinary with writing to match' Helen Fields, bestselling author of The Shadow Man
'This is crime fiction with a twist . . . This was a gripping and highly invented thrill ride. I can't wait for more' Nadine Matheson, author of The Jigsaw Man
'An amazing genre-bending debut' David Jackson, bestselling author of The Resident
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