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Daring, compelling and startlingly original ... marks the arrival of a major new talent.
Paul Burston

Brutal, tender and funny. Jules Grant grabs you by the scruff of the neck and drags you through the mean streets of Manchester's underworld in this edgy, no-holds-barred crime thriller.

Paul McVeigh

A heartbreaking and tender read about the relationships that tie us together.

Yorkshire Post

Original, moving and written in a blistering prose style that is thrilling to read, this book is the real raw deal.

Julia Bell
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