Dead Man's Grip is the seventh novel in the multi-million copy Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series from number one bestselling author Peter James.Can Detective Superintendent Roy Grace stop a grieving mother from taking the law into her own hands?A university student is killed in a tragic traffic accident while riding their bicycle. When two of the drivers involved are hunted down by a sadistic killer, Grace knows that the third driver, Carly Chase, may be next.Carly, a solicitor, believes hiding is not an option and heads to New York to speak with the cyclist's mother. But Grace knows about the mother's underworld connections and that the family will stop at nothing to take an eye for an eye . . .
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The seventh novel in the multi-million copy bestselling Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series from number one author Peter James.
The seventh novel in the multi-million copy bestselling Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series from number one author Peter James.

Produktdetaljer

ISBN
9781447272618
Publisert
2014
Utgiver
Vendor
Pan Books
Vekt
340 gr
Høyde
196 mm
Bredde
130 mm
Dybde
33 mm
Aldersnivå
01, G
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Heftet
Antall sider
512

Forfatter

Biographical note

Peter James is the international bestselling author of many award-winning novels. His Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series, set in Brighton, has been translated into thirty-seven languages with worldwide sales of over eighteen million copies, and has given him eleven consecutive Sunday Times number ones.

In 2015 WHSmith customers publicly voted him the Greatest Crime Author of All Time and in 2016 he became the recipient of the coveted CWA Diamond Dagger lifetime achievement award for sustained excellence. Peter has also written a short story collection, A Twist of the Knife, and his standalone titles include Perfect People and The House on Cold Hill. The Perfect Murder, Dead Simple and Not Dead Enough have all been turned into smash-hit stage plays. All his novels reflect his deep interest in the world of the police. Three of his novels have been filmed and before becoming a full-time author he produced numerous films, including The Merchant of Venice, starring Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons. He divides his time between his homes in Notting Hill, London and near Brighton in Sussex.