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Paul Burston

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Paul Burston was born in York, raised in South Wales and now divides his time between London and Hastings.

His books include 'Shameless' (shortlisted for the State of Britain Award 2001), 'Lovers and Losers' (shortlisted for the Stonewall Award 2007), 'The Gay Divorcee' (2009, optioned for television) and 'The Black Path' (long listed for the Guardian's Not The Booker Prize, 2016)
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Paul Burston recommends
The Mismade Girl (2016)
(Di Hal Luchewski, book 2)
Mark Lock
"An exciting new crime writing talent."
The One (2017)
John Marrs
"A high octane read that will satisfy a wide variety of crime fans ... a page turner - deliciously dark, thought-provoking and hugely enjoyable"
Fire on the Mountain (2018)
Jean McNeil
"Burns with a fierce intensity...A triumph."
Attend (2018)
West Camel
"If Armistead Maupin were to write about a diverse group of friends in Deptford, the results might resemble this ... You'll miss these characters when they’re gone."
The Killer Inside (2019)
Cass Green
"Gripping, twisty, powerfully moving."
Strangers (2020)
C L Taylor
"A great premise, gripping plot and a memorable cast of characters make Strangers a real page turner!"
The House Share (2020)
Kate Helm
"I loved The House Share. A great premise, compelling characters and a twisty plot kept me totally gripped."

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