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Brothers in Blood: Winner of the Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger

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ISBN: 9780349700281
AuthorAnwar, Amer
Pub Date06/09/2018
BindingPaperback
Pages448
CountryGBR
Dewey823.92
SeriesZaq & Jags
Quick overview Brothers in Blood is a tough new crime thriller set in the heart of West London's Asian community - the start of an unmissable new series.
€9.23

THE TIMES BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2018

GUARDIAN BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2018

BOOKS IN THE MEDIA BEST CRIME BOOKS OF 2018

FEATURED ON CRIME TIME BEST OF THE YEAR 2018

WINNER OF THE CWA DEBUT DAGGER

'[A] brilliant debut' Sunday Times Crime Club

'A fresh and exciting new voice to the genre' Ann Cleeves

'Gritty, compelling and authentic' Daily Express

'Fascinating' CJ Carver

'Enjoyable. Fast-paced. Recommended.' Observer

'Raw! Authentic! The crime thriller that I've been waiting for' Khurram Rahman

'Terrific' The Times

'One of the best books I've read this year' The Crime Novel Reader

'Impressive, Brutal, Convincing' Mail on Sunday

'You won't be putting this book down' Hardeep Singh Kohli

'A satisfying slice of action-led crime . . . readers (will be) hooked from the off' Skinny

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THEY'RE NOT BOUND BY FAMILY. BUT A FAMILY COULD TEAR THEM APART.

Southall, West London. After being released from prison, Zaq Khan is lucky to land a dead-end job at a builders' yard. All he wants to do is keep his head down and put the past behind him.

But when Zaq is forced to search for his boss's runaway daughter, he quickly finds himself caught up in a deadly web of deception, murder and revenge.

With time running out and pressure mounting, can he find the missing girl before it's too late? And if he does, can he keep her - and himself - alive long enough to deal with the people who want them both dead?

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THE TIMES BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2018

GUARDIAN BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2018

BOOKS IN THE MEDIA BEST CRIME BOOKS OF 2018

FEATURED ON CRIME TIME BEST OF THE YEAR 2018

WINNER OF THE CWA DEBUT DAGGER

'[A] brilliant debut' Sunday Times Crime Club

'A fresh and exciting new voice to the genre' Ann Cleeves

'Gritty, compelling and authentic' Daily Express

'Fascinating' CJ Carver

'Enjoyable. Fast-paced. Recommended.' Observer

'Raw! Authentic! The crime thriller that I've been waiting for' Khurram Rahman

'Terrific' The Times

'One of the best books I've read this year' The Crime Novel Reader

'Impressive, Brutal, Convincing' Mail on Sunday

'You won't be putting this book down' Hardeep Singh Kohli

'A satisfying slice of action-led crime . . . readers (will be) hooked from the off' Skinny

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*
*

THEY'RE NOT BOUND BY FAMILY. BUT A FAMILY COULD TEAR THEM APART.

Southall, West London. After being released from prison, Zaq Khan is lucky to land a dead-end job at a builders' yard. All he wants to do is keep his head down and put the past behind him.

But when Zaq is forced to search for his boss's runaway daughter, he quickly finds himself caught up in a deadly web of deception, murder and revenge.

With time running out and pressure mounting, can he find the missing girl before it's too late? And if he does, can he keep her - and himself - alive long enough to deal with the people who want them both dead?

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