Judith Cutler - Page 3
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Set in present-day Birmingham, with all its conflicts and tensions, Dying Fall is a tautly plotted criminal debut.
Sophie Rivers, inner-city college lecturer and amateur singer has a satisfying life: a job she enjoys, a close circle of friends. Then, suddenly, things go badly wrong. One of her students is murdered on college premises; worse still, her best friend George meets a tragic end on the site of the newly built Music Centre.
Everyone believes his death was an accident - everyone except Sophie. Determined to find his killer, she starts asking questions. And soon she knows they must be the right questions, because now someone is trying to murder her...
'Promising and energetic first novel' Liverpool Daily Post
'Refreshing... fast-moving British thriller, set in the real world of the inner city' Crime Time
"An impressive skill... very enjoyable" Birmingham Post
"(Judith Cutler) deserves all the praise she can get... it makes me look forward to her next' Birmingham Post
'Memorable debut... compassionate and moving, this could be the start of a brilliant career' Yorkshire Post