Dance With the Dead: A PC Donal Lynch Thriller by James Nally

Dance With the Dead: A PC Donal Lynch Thriller

byJames Nally

Paperback | September 13, 2016

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'An intoxicating thriller' SUN (5 STARS, Book of the Week)Aspiring actress Elizabeth Smart lands her centre stage role: her mutilated body is found dumped in North London's red light district. Clasped in her hand is a piece of human hair belonging to an unidentified body of a woman murdered two weeks ago.PC Donal lands himself a place on the murder squad just as his unconventional brother, journalist Finton, unearths the secret double life of Elizabeth.The bodies mount, each clinging to the strands of hair belonging to the previous victim. The police are convinced it's the act of a serial killer. But how does Donal convince them it's not?The only people he can trust are the victims he dances with in his dreams.

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James Nally was a journalist for 15 years, before leaving to become a producer and director of TV and film. This is his first novel, and is based on his experiences of his years writing about the murder victims of London.
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Title:Dance With the Dead: A PC Donal Lynch ThrillerFormat:PaperbackDimensions:400 pagesPublished:September 13, 2016Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0008149550

ISBN - 13:9780008149550

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'With strong characters, hilarious dialogue and a thrilling plot, this book is a page-turner from the start. Impeccable descriptions made the story come alive and, when I thought it had ended, Nally threw another curveball. Exhilarating stuff' SUN