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The Raging Storm

A thrilling mystery from the bestselling author of ITV's The Long Call, featuring Detective Matthew Venn

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Häftad,  Engelska, 2024-03-14
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Detective Matthew Venn returns in The Raging Storm, the next captivating novel in the Two Rivers series from Ann Cleeves, the number one bestselling author and creator of Vera and Shetland. When Jem Rosco sailor, adventurer and local legend blows into town in the middle of an autumn gale, the residents of Greystone, Devon, are delighted to have a celebrity in their midst. The residents think nothing of it when Rosco disappears again; thats the sort of man he is. Until the lifeboat is launched to a hoax call-out during a raging storm and his body is found in a dinghy, anchored off Scully Cove. This is an uncomfortable case for DI Matthew Venn. He came to the remote village as a child, its community populated by the Barum Brethren a religious sect that he chose to leave behind. So, when superstition and rumour mix and another body is found in the cove, Matthew soon finds his judgement clouded. As the stormy winds howl and the village is cut off, Venn and his team start their investigation, little realizing their own lives might be in danger . . .
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As a huge fan of both the Shetland and Vera series of books, I had high expectations for Cleeves latest. Matthew Venn is a keeper. A stunning debut for Cleeves latest crimefighter -- David Baldacci on <i>The Long Call</i> Had me hooked a promising beginning to another fine chapter in the Ann Cleeves story -- <i>The Times</i> on <i>The Long Call</i> Clever, compassionate and atmospheric, with a great cast of new characters to love. I am already a Matthew Venn fan -- Elly Griffiths on <i>The Long Call</i> A triumph that cements Cleeves status as one of Britain's best crime writers -- <i>Daily Express</i> on <i>The Long Call</i> Brilliant, thoughtful and deeply engaging -- Sara Paretsky, <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author of the V.I. Warshawski series on <i>The Long Call</i> Ann Cleeves new series gets off to a terrific start with The Long Call her native Devon is wonderfully evoked, and Matthew Venn is a very appealing new detective. Another sure-fire hit -- Martin Edwards, author of <i>Gallows Court, </i>on <i>The Long Call</i> Cleeves combines a flair for evoking sense of place with a thoughtful, complex plot -- <i>Mail on Sunda</i>y on <i>The Long Call</i> The troubled Venn is a great protagonist, and Cleeves may well have created her next top TV cop -- <i>Heat Magazine</i> on<i> The Long Call</i> A traditional mystery of the best sort -- <i>The Guardian</i> on <i>The Long Call</i> Evocative and gripping an absolute triumph -- <i>Daily Mirror</i> on<i> The Long Call</i>

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Ann Cleeves is the author of more than thirty-five critically acclaimed novels, and in 2017 was awarded the highest accolade in crime writing, the CWA Diamond Dagger. She is the creator of popular detectives Vera Stanhope, Jimmy Perez and Matthew Venn, who can be found on television in ITVs Vera, BBC Ones Shetland and ITV's The Long Call respectively. The TV series and the books they are based on have become international sensations, capturing the minds of millions worldwide. Ann worked as a probation officer, bird observatory cook and auxiliary coastguard before she started writing. She is a member of Murder Squad, working with other British northern writers to promote crime fiction. Ann also spends her time advocating for reading to improve health and wellbeing and supporting access to books. In 2021 her Reading for Wellbeing project launched with local authorities across the North East. She lives in Northumberland where the Vera books are set.