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ALMOST HOME. BUT NOWHERE TO HIDE. From the number one bestselling crime-writer comes a brilliant, page-turning new DC Max Wolfe thriller.
'Remarkably moving' The Times
When terrorists use a drone to bring down a plane on one of London's busiest shopping centres, it ignites a chain of events that will draw in the innocent and guilty alike.
DC Max Wolfe finds himself caught in the crossfire in a city that seems increasingly dangerous and hostile.
But does the danger come from the murderous criminals that Max is tracking down? Or the people he's trying to protect?
Or does the
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ALMOST HOME. BUT NOWHERE TO HIDE. From the number one bestselling crime-writer comes a brilliant, page-turning new DC Max Wolfe thriller.

'Remarkably moving' The Times

When terrorists use a drone to bring down a plane on one of London's busiest shopping centres, it ignites a chain of events that will draw in the innocent and guilty alike.

DC Max Wolfe finds himself caught in the crossfire in a city that seems increasingly dangerous and hostile.

But does the danger come from the murderous criminals that Max is tracking down? Or the people he's trying to protect?

Or does the real threat to Max lie closer to home?

'Tony Parsons puts you right there in every scene he writes. I love that kind of storytelling and I'm a D.C. Max Wolfe fan.' James Patterson

'A relentless plot, evocative prose and compelling characters conspire to make this a must-read.' Jeffery Deaver

'I've long been a fan of Tony Parsons' writing, and this is brilliant stuff.' Peter James

'Spectacular! Tense and human, fast and authentic' Lee Child

'Great plotting, great characters and at least two eye-widening twists I didn't see coming' Sophie Hannah

'Simply superb plot and characters' Peterborough Evening Telegraph


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Random House
  • Seitenzahl: 432
  • Erscheinungstermin: 08.03.2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781473537484
  • Artikelnr.: 49397326
Autorenporträt
Tony Parsons left school at sixteen and his first job in journalism was at the New Musical Express. His first journalism after leaving the NME was when he was embedded with the Vice Squad at 27 Savile Row, West End Central. The roots of the DC Max Wolfe series started here.

Since then he has become an award-winning journalist and bestselling novelist whose books have been translated into more than forty languages. The Murder Bag, the first novel in the DC Max Wolfe series, went to number one on first publication in the UK. All of the DC Max Wolfe novels have been Sunday Times top five bestsellers.

Tony lives in London with his wife, his daughter and their dog, Stan.
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"What impresses about Girl on Fire is Tony Parsons's almost old-fashioned mastery of storytelling. Moreover, he raises real issues of today and accompanies them with intelligent debate ... remarkably moving" Marcel Berlins The Times