When Stars Grow Dark

When Stars Grow Dark

by Scott Hunter
When Stars Grow Dark

When Stars Grow Dark

by Scott Hunter



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A fatal road traffic collision uncovers a bizarre murder when it transpires that an elderly passenger in one of the vehicles was dead before the accident. All indications point to the work of a serial killer - but with little forensic evidence, how can DCI Brendan Moran and his team run the killer to ground?

To add to Moran's problems, an unexpected discovery prompts the Irish Detective to undertake a dangerous and unscheduled journey to Rotterdam where he believes his former friend and MI5 agent, Samantha Grant, is being held. Can Moran succeed in his rescue mission whilst juggling the heavy demands of his most perplexing murder investigation to date? When Stars Grow Dark is number seven in the popular DCI Brendan Moran crime series

If you like Val McDermid, Ian Rankin, DCI Banks, Vera and the Shetland TV series, you'll love this tense and exciting crime novel from CWA-shortlisted author, Scott Hunter.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162821724
Publisher: Scott Hunter
Publication date: 01/04/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 259,071
File size: 698 KB

About the Author

Scott Hunter was born in Romford, Essex. His writing career was kick-started after he won first prize in the Sunday Express Short Story Competition. He divides his time between writing and drumming. He has recorded with internationally renowned rock band 'Jethro Tull' and appeared in concert with 70's popsters 'Mungo Jerry'.

He was long listed for the Times/Chicken House Children's Novel Competition for The Ley Lines of Lushbury and won the Sunday Express Short Story Competition a few years back for his historical entry set in the English Civil War. His second novel, The Trespass is a top 20 Amazon Bestseller. He has recently been shortlisted for the 2016 Crime Writers Association (CWA) Margery Allingham short story competition.

Scott Hunter lives in Berkshire with his wife Katherine and his two youngest children
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