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“Outstanding read that’ll make your hair stand on end.” – Rosie Bray

“Excellent, highly recommended!!” – Ellie S

“Andrew Barrett – a truly talented writer.” Michael Wood, best-selling author of the DCI Matilda Darke series

“The Crew – a snapshot of the criminal underclass,” Michael Wood, Best-selling author of the DCI Matilda Darke series

“CSI Eddie Collins – a wonderful character, dark, edgy, and funny,” Michael Wood, Best-selling author of the DCI Matilda Darke series

“I stayed up until 4:00 in the morning reading this because I could not stop.” – Fritzi

“I can always expect a laugh, an excellent twist and sometimes a cry. I love his stories.” – Patti

“The deeper I got into the story, the more frantic I became to find out what happened.” – Ginger Book Geek, This Side of Death

“Thrilling to the end it will keep you on the edge of your seat.” – Sheila McLean, This Side of Death

Do you like your crime thrillers to have a forensic element that adds to the realism? Do you like your lead character to be intense and unafraid to take on authority?

Andrew writes precisely that kind of crime thriller, and has done since 1996, about the same time he became a CSI in Yorkshire.

Here’s your chance to walk alongside SOCO Roger Conniston and CSI Eddie Collins as they do battle with the criminals that you lock your doors to keep out. This is as real as it gets without getting blood on your hands.

Sign up using the form and you can look forward to receiving The End of Lies, a thriller that will leave you gasping, and The Crew, the latest first-person novella by Eddie Collins himself as he tackles not only an armed robbery scene, but some pretty unsavoury characters, too.

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"Use your intuition. Picture how things happen, why they happen. Don’t stick rigidly to first impressions, and once you’ve read the rule book, throw it away. Better still, burn the bastard."— Andrew Barrett