A. A. Dhand

The Blood Divide
  • The Blood Divide

  • 'A fireball of an opening chapter and it just gets better and better. A A Dhand is a gifted writer, and you should run, RUN, to buy The Blood Divide.' Steve Cavanagh, bestselling author of THIRTEEN

    The last thing Jack Baxi expected when a detective rang his doorbell in the middle of the night was that he'd be tortured and left for dead, with a young woman he's never met before.

    Now, running for their lives, Jack and Aisha frantically try to discover why the detective was so convinced they both have information on a missing person. Jack is a Sikh corner shopkeeper with a criminal record. Aisha is a Muslim medical student from a wealthy family. What could possibly connect them?

    Their desperate hunt for answers will take them on a perilous journey, from the sprawling underground markets and dangerous red-light district of Delhi all the way to the most militarized zone in India.

    But little do they know, a dangerous organisation is watching their every move - and they'll do whatever it takes to stop Jack and Aisha learning the truth . . .

    'Another thrilling page-turner from A. A. Dhand [...] This might be his best yet' Alex Caan, author of CUT TO THE BONE
    'Intense, gripping and impactful' James Delargy, author of 55 and VANISHED
    'An adrenaline-filled ride' Ajay Chowdhury, author of THE WAITER
    'Opens with a bang and continues with a thrill-a-minute adventure . . . A. A. Dhand knows how to keep me up into the early hours' Vaseem Khan, author of MIDNIGHT AT MALABAR HOUSE
    'I doubt I'll read a better thriller this year' M. W. Craven, author of THE CURATOR

    EVERYONE IS RAVING ABOUT THE BLOOD DIVIDE:

    ***** 'One of the best books I've read in ages'
    ***** 'An outstanding, nail-biting thriller that packs a punch'
    ***** 'Full of action, betrayal and friendship - a must-read for any mystery/thriller fan'

A.A. Dhand was raised in Bradford and spent his youth observing the city from behind the counter of a small convenience store. After qualifying as a pharmacist, he worked in London and travelled extensively before returning to Bradford to start his own business and begin writing. The history, diversity and darkness of the city have inspired his Harry Virdee novels.

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