Curtain Call
by Graham Hurley

Two desperate journeys. One unscripted finale. A mesmerizing contemporary thriller.

Thirty-nine-year-old Enora Andressen is a successful actress and a woman in her prime. But for how long? Tests have revealed an aggressive brain tumour that could kill her.

Already struggling with the wreckage of her marriage and a strained relationship with her teenage son, Malo, she hasn’t anticipated the appearance of investigative journalist Mitch Culligan on her doorstep. Mitch is writing a book about entrepreneur and one-time drug baron Hayden Prentice – a multi-millionaire who once crossed paths with Enora, and whom Mitch believes has helped fund the push to take the UK out of Europe. Mitch is determined to expose the murky swirl of politics, power and influence around Brexit – but in order to do so, he needs Enora’s help . . .

Enora must confront her past while facing a deeply uncertain future. Can she survive near-impossible odds?

Reviews

This is a very strong series debut … Hurley’s writing style is economical, and he lets us discover the substance of the character as we move through the story. An intriguing start to a promising new series from a writer with a proven track record

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Enora is a sufficiently strong character to carry a series

Publishers Weekly

Graham Hurley

Graham Hurley is an award-winning TV documentary maker who now writes full time. His Faraday and Winter series won two Theakstons shortlist nominations and was successfully adapted for French TV. He has since written a quartet of novels featuring D/S Jimmy Suttle, and three WW2 novels, the first of which – Finisterre – was shortlisted for the Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize. After thirty years in Portsmouth, Graham now lives in East Devon with his wife, Lin.

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Editions

Curtain Call by Graham Hurley is available in the following formats

Hardback97807278886171st May 2019145 X 225mm288$28.99
Hardback978072788861731st January 2019145 X 225mm288£20.99
Ebook97814483020171st March 2019N/A288$10.99
Ebook97814483020171st March 2019N/A288£8.99
Hardback - Large Print978072789233131st December 2019145 X 222mm416$36.95
Hardback - Large Print978072789233131st October 2019145 X 222mm416£22.99
Paperback97818475198941st November 2019139 X 215mm288$17.95
Paperback978184751989430th August 2019139 X 215mm288£12.99
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