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The latest crime thriller featuring detective Maeve Kerrigan - winner of the Mary Higgins Clark Award
All my criminal elements have some basis in reality, no matter how awful they may be. Nothing is completely farfetched. Jane Casey Crime is a family affair for Jane Casey. Married to a criminal barrister, she has a unique insight into the brutal underbelly of urban life, from the smell of a police cell to the darkest motives of a serial killer. This gritty realism has made her books international bestsellers and critical successes; while D.C. Maeve Kerrigan has quickly become one of the most popular characters in crime fiction. Four times shortlisted for the Irish Crime Novel of the Year Award as well as the Mary Higgins Clark Award, Jane has been recently longlisted for the CWA Dagger in the Library Award.
"Jane Casey's police procedurals go from strength to strength" * Sunday Times * "Jane Casey draws her characters well and hard-working Maeve is an appealing heroine." * Choice * "So why has this series gained such a loyal following? Kerrigan's plucky, has good instincts and has a naturally sharp and witty tongue. Jane Casey expertly weaves her plot through the actions of various characters keeping even a seasoned crime fiction reader guessing to the end. Gripping and hugely entertaining, The Stranger You Know is peopled with richly drawn characters and the gritty realism of contemporary London. You don't need to have read the previous novels in the series, but The Stranger You Know is highly likely to leave you reaching for them. Kerrigan is to today what Jane Tennison surely was at the start of her career. An attractive and engaging character, she could well prove to be as enduring." * Catholic Herald * "THE STRANGER YOU KNOW is a beautifully mature outing from Jane Casey, which builds nicely on the characters and relationships of the investigating team from earlier books, exploring their complexities, and introducing a few new ones. All this, on top of a well-plotted crime investigation makes for a highly absorbing read that I thoroughly recommend." * EuroCrime *