• using no device flashier than detailed characterisation, finely-crafted writing and gentle humour to build his story, Harvey grabs your interest and holds it.

    The Mirror
  • his[Harvey's] unpredictable mixture of tenderness and cruelty is frightenly well delineated, reinforcing the well-plotted suspense of a book with a depth few works of crime fiction attain

  • Flesh and Blood is a terrific comeback, restoring Harvey to the very top echelons of British crime writing what takes Flesh and Blood into the highest league are Harvey's exquisite writing and utterly convincing characters.

    The Times
  • Harvey elevates the serial killer novel a few notches, adding a brain and a heart.

    Time Out

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