'a first-rate police procedural... Hurley is now firmly at the top, with few rivals in this genre.' - Suzanna Yager SUNDAY TELEGRAPH 'Hurley is one of my favourite British crime writers of the last few years, and long may he continue to chronicle Portsmouth's seedier side.' - Mark Timlin INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY 'A crime writer to be reckoned with. CUT TO BLACK ... is a chilling foray into Portsmouth's seedy drug world.' WATERSTONES BOOKS QUARTERLY 'An in-depth analysis of police procedure... Hurley's growing fanbase will be well satisfied.' PETERBOROUGH EVENING TELEGRAPH 'This is one of the best 'police' novels I've read in a long time and confirms Graham Hurley as one of the leading writers in this type of crime fiction... The plot is beautifully constructed and the dialogue and writing are impeccable.' TANGLED WEB 'CUT TO BLACK... [the] latest in the increasingly admired Portsmouth police series... Another satisfying entry in a series which is currently vying for the top spot among British police procedurals.' - Mat Coward MORNING STAR 'a good book with believable characters' KEIGHLEY NEWS Sue's Top Ten 'With this book, Orion has another major crime novelist on its list... With the hardback priced at 9.99 it's the ideal time to promote this excellent author.' - Sue Baker PUBLISHING NEWS 'Hurley is one of my favourite British crime writers of the last few years.' - Mark Timlin INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
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About the Author
Graham Hurley is an award-winning TV documentary maker who now writes full time. He lived in Portsmouth for 20 years. He is married and has grown up children. He now lives in Exmouth, Devon.