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Deep Down Dead

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Lori Anderson is as tough as they come, managing to keep her career as a fearless Florida bounty hunter separate from her role as single mother to nine-year-old Dakota, who suffers from leukaemia. But when the hospital bills start to rack up, she has no choice but to take her daughter along on a job that will make her a fast buck. And that’s when things start to go wrong. The fugitive she’s assigned to haul back to court is none other than JT, Lori’s former mentor – the man who taught her everything she knows … the man who also knows the secrets of her murky past.

Not only is JT fighting a child exploitation racket operating out of one of Florida’s biggest theme parks, Winter Wonderland, a place where ‘bad things never happen’, but he’s also mixed up with the powerful Miami Mob. With two fearsome foes on their tails, just three days to get JT back to Florida, and her daughter to protect, Lori has her work cut out for her. When they’re ambushed at a gas station, the stakes go from high to stratospheric, and things become personal.

Breathtakingly fast-paced, both hard-boiled and heart-breaking, Deep Down Dead is a simply stunning debut from one of the most exciting new voices in crime fiction.

‘Fast, confident and suspenseful’ Lee Child
‘Deep Down Dead has a Midnight Run feel, but much darker … really, really good’ Ian Rankin
‘A real cracker … Steph Broadribb kicks ass, as does her ace protagonist’ Mark Billingham
‘Fast-paced, engaging and hugely entertaining’ Simon Toyne
‘Brilliant and pacey’ Steve Cavanagh
‘Excitement and exhilaration flies off every page’ David Young
‘An explosive, exciting debut’ David Mark
‘A hell of a thriller’ Mason Cross
‘A setting that zings with authenticity’ Anya Lipska
‘A promising debut delivered with energy and colour’ Barry Forshaw
‘Fast, furious and thrilling’ Graeme Cameron
‘Kick-ass thriller writing of the highest order’ Rod Reynolds
‘A relentless page-turner’ J.S. Law
‘Fresh, compelling and beautifully written’ S.J.I. Holliday
‘A series that will run and run’ Howard Linskey
‘A blistering debut’ Neil Broadfoot
‘You have to read it’ Michael J. Malone
‘If you love romantic suspense, you’ll love this ride’ Alexandra Sokoloff
‘Deft and assured’ Chris Whitaker
‘A stunning debut from a major new talent’ Zoë Sharp
‘Perfect for fans of Lee Child and Janet Evanovich’ Alex Caan
‘Powerful, passionate and packs a real punch’ Fergus McNeill
‘Delivers thrills at breakneck pace’ Marnie Riches
‘Assured and emotionally moving’ Daniel Pembrey
‘Crying out to be a Hollywood movie’ Louise Voss
‘High-octane and breathlessly paced’ Ava Marsh
‘One of my favourite debut novels for a long, long time’ Luca Veste
‘A fast-talking, gun-toting heroine with a heart of gold’ Claire Seeber
‘A top crime talent! Unputdownable’ Helen Cadbury
‘Relentless, breathtaking and emotionally charged’ Jane Isaac
‘A gritty debut that will appeal to Sue Grafton fans’ Caroline Green
‘Great action scenes and great atmosphere’ C.J. Carver

FOR FANS OF Lee Child, Cormac McCarthy and Janet Evanovich

Deep Down Dead
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Women Sleuths
  • Published: 15 October 2016
  • Publisher: Orenda Books Ltd
  • Print Length: 350 Pages
  • Language: English
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