Sight Unseen
by Graham Hurley

Actress Enora Andresson is dragged into the UK’s exploding drugs scene when her son’s girlfriend is kidnapped.

Malo is in trouble again. Enora Andressen’s wayward son has received a ransom demand for the return of his girlfriend, the daughter of a wealthy Colombian business tycoon. But how far can a mother trust her son? And where does Clemmie’s disappearance fit in the murderous world of cocaine dealing?

With the help of Hayden Prentice, Malo’s natural father and himself a one-time drug baron, Enora embarks on a hunt for the truth behind the kidnapping. The journey takes her deep into the exploding world of county lines, the new business model that delivers Class A drugs into every corner of the kingdom.

Drug dealing is the new normal. The sums of money at stake are dizzying and a human life counts for nothing. As Enora Andressen is about to discover . .


Hurley’s capable and understated characterization makes his lead’s story plausible and engaging

Publishers Weekly on Aurore

Hurley brings an almost noirlike sensibility to the surprising finale

Booklist on Aurore

Strong characterization and tight plotting distinguish British author Hurley's seventh police procedural

Publishers Weekly on One Under

Fans of P.D. James, John Harvey, and Jill McGown will appreciate this solid British crime novel

Library Journal on One Under

People who cannot wait for the next John Harvey or Stuart MacBride will find a good substitute here

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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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Sight Unseen by Graham Hurley is available in the following formats

Paperback978178029629628th February 2020139 X 216mm288£13.99
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