Alex Pavesi

Eight Detectives
  • Eight Detectives

  • THE BIGGEST MYSTERY CAN BE MURDER TO SOLVE . . . DISCOVER THE YEAR'S MOST ORIGINAL THRILLER

    'One of the year's most entertaining crime novels' SUNDAY TIMES, CRIME BOOK OF THE MONTH
    'When did you last read a genuinely original thriller? The wait is over' A. J. FINN
    'An elegantly structured, intellectually challenging and completely unique thriller that grips like a vice' SOPHIE HANNAH
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    All murder mysteries follow a simple set of rules.

    In the 1930s, Grant McAllister, a mathematics professor turned author, worked them out, hiding their secrets in a book of crime stories.

    Then Grant disappeared.

    Julia Hart has finally tracked him down. She wants to know what happened to him.

    But she's about to discover that a good mystery can be murder to solve . . .
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    'One of the most creative detective novels of the year . . . If not of all time' Samantha Downing

    'Intelligent and inventive . . . It's the most fun I've had in ages' Cathy Rentzenbrink

    'So, so clever . . . Agatha Christie would take her hat off to this one - bravo!' Sarah Pinborough

Alex Pavesi lives in London, where he writes full time. He previously worked as a software engineer and before that studied mathematics to PhD level, during which time he worked as a part-time bookseller. Eight Detectives is his first novel.

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