Death on the Thames: the unmissable new murder mystery from the award-winning writer and former MP

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'A cracking crime thriller' The Sun

THERE'S BLOOD ON THE WATER. NO ONE IS SAFE...

1999. A young Detective Constable Louise Mangan crosses the Thames one misty morning in pursuit of a killer. She finds a tranquil community on a leafy island close to Hampton Court Palace, but soon realises that all is not as it seems. There is something evil at play in this quiet suburb, and this junior detective's questions seem only to scratch the surface.

Twenty years later, a horrific fire brings Detective Chief Superintendent Mangan back to that same island. Soon, she discovers that murder was just a drop in these dark waters.

The river runs deep, and the tide is rising at last. Will the truth rise with it?

Praise for Alan Johnson's novels:

'A punchy thriller' Irish Independent

'A fast-paced who-done-what' SAGA Magazine

'Featuring espionage, the Russian Mafia and a gorgeous female on a train with a deadly secret, the tantalising plot has set Alan up for dominance of the bestseller charts for years to come' Fiona Phillips

'Is there no limit to his talents? . . . I absolutely loved Alan's new thriller, it's brilliant' Hunter Davies

'Johnson's writing style is easy, relaxed, self-deprecating . . . impressive' Observer

'Johnson writes wonderfully' Telegraph

'This boy can write . . .' The Spectator

Product Details

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£20.00  £19.00
Publisher
Headline Publishing Group
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Hardback
EAN/UPC
9781035403448

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