• "This up-to-the-minute debut is a scorching story of a city divided . . . Written with pace and precision, it gives us a character destined for television but also announces the arrival of a formidable crime writer."

    Daily Mail
  • "A tense slice of neo-noir that has won Dhand comparisons to both BBC drama <i>Luther</i> and HBO’s <i>The Wire </i>"

  • "Dhand's <i>Streets of Darkness</i> are in Bradford and they sure are dark . . . The blood count is high but the novel deserves attention for its sheer inventiveness and unbridled energy"

    The Times
  • "A sombre, gritty race through the unsettling underbelly of Bradford . . . compelling and unflinching"

    Yorkshire Post