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- Short-listed for CrimeFest Kobo eDunnit Award 2016
- Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
- 198 x 129 x 23 mm
- 288 g
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Blood, Salt, Water
An Alex Morrow Novel
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Emma, 18 november 2016
Denise Mina skriver fortfarande bra och välkonstruerade deckare, men hon är inte alls lika originell som hon var i början av sin karriär, med Garnethill-trilogin, som det banbrytande mästerverket. Det är lite synd.
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'Another authentic-feeling well-written tale of dark Glaswegian crime . . . dourly brilliant' * METRO * 'Gritty, unpredictable and keeps the reader involved to the end.' * CHOICE * 'We're big fans of Denise Mina's DI Alex Morrow - and her fifth book in the series doesn't disappoint.' * BELLA * Mina's novels are engrossing, deeply rooted in reality and astutely perceptive about human nature and the internal politics blighting modern police forces. Blood Salt Water is also beautifully written and plotted, cementing the author's place as one of the finest contemporary British crime writers. * DAILY EXPRESS * Mina is one of the most fiercely intelligent of crime writers . . . testament to how brilliantly intricate and psychologically complex her books are * GUARDIAN *
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After a peripatetic childhood in Glasgow, Paris, London, Invergordon, Bergen and Perth, Denise Mina left school early. Working in a number of dead end jobs, all of them badly, before studying at night school to get into Glasgow University Law School. Denise went on to study for a PhD at Strathclyde, misusing her student grant to write her first novel. This was Garnethill, published in 1998, which won the Crime Writers Association John Creasy Dagger for Best First Crime Novel. She has now published 12 novels and also writes short stories, plays and graphic novels. In 2014 she was inducted into the Crime Writers' Association Hall of Fame. She regularly appears at literary festivals in the UK and abroad, leads masterclasses on writing and was a judge for the Bailey's Prize for Women's Fiction 2014.