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  • Published: 28 June 2018
  • ISBN: 9781473559516
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 464
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City of Sinners




The third in the explosive DI Harry Virdee series - if Luther was set in Bradford.

'A character destined for television' Daily Mail
'High octane drama from one of Britain’s freshest crime voices' Phil Williams, BBC Radio Five live


It is an ordinary Yorkshire morning, cold and miserable.

The streets are not yet busy. Police cars hurriedly pull up in the centre of town, but none of their lights are flashing and the sirens are silent.

A body has been found, elaborately and painstakingly positioned to send a message. But what message? And to who?

It’s DCI Harry Virdee’s job to find out. But Harry doesn’t know that the killer is watching him, that the killer is coming for him.

Because this is personal.

'Dhand is a fearless writer' Sunday Times

A DI Harry Virdee Thriller

  • Pub date: 28 June 2018
  • ISBN: 9781473559516
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 464

About the Author

A. A. Dhand

A.A. Dhand was raised in Bradford and spent his youth observing the city from behind the counter of a small convenience store. After qualifying as a pharmacist, he worked in London and travelled extensively before returning to Bradford to start his own business and begin writing. The history, diversity and darkness of the city have inspired his Harry Virdee novels.

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Praise for City of Sinners

“High octane drama from one of Britain’s freshest crime voices.”

Phil Williams, BBC Radio Five lLve

“DI Harry Virdee has established himself as a star anti-hero on the streets of Bradford, and Dhand’s brilliant creation doesn’t fail fans in this third book. . . Murder, drugs, racism… all this under the grim skies if West Yorks. Another winning read.”

Sunday Sport

“AA Dhand’s excellent series about Chief Inspector Harry Virdee delves deep into the dark side of Bradford, exploring a city riven by racial tensions and devoid of hope.”

Jake Kerridge, Sunday Express


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