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Imran Mahmood

UK flag (b.1969)

Imran Mahmood was born in Liverpool in 1969 to first generation Pakistani parents. He has been working on the criminal bar in London for over 20 years and regularly appears in jury trials across the country dealing in serious and complex criminal cases. He now lives in South East London with his wife and is currently plotting a second novel.

Genres: Mystery

Imran Mahmood recommends
Anything You Do Say (2017)
Gillian McAllister
"An expertly crafted novel full of drama and tension. . . An impossible feat accomplished with great skill. Bravo."
Dark Pines (2017)
(Tuva Moodyson Mystery, book 1)
Will Dean
"I think this is an astounding and confident debut. Superbly plotted and beautifully written. The characters jump from the page in perfect 3D. The tension builds exquisitely all the way through to the dramatic end. From the first page you know you’re in the hands of a major new talent."
Killer Intent (2017)
(Dempsey/Devlin, book 1)
Tony Kent
"A perfectly plotted block-buster of a book with killer intent. Sure to be huge."
Midnight at Malabar House (2020)
(Malabar House, book 1)
Vaseem Khan
"Outstanding. I've always been a fan of Vaseem Khan but this latest offering is something special and something new. Vaseem is totally at the height of his powers with this novel which combines a flair for history, time and place with a genius for mystery. A novel for our times."
The Khan (2021)
Saima Mir
"A brilliant debut from an exciting new voice for our times. A thrilling book with a thrilling hero in Jia. Brava."
Five Minds (2021)
Guy Morpuss
"Part Bladerunner part Agatha Christie, this mind-bending pacy debut gives a whole new meaning to the locked-room mystery. Five Minds deserves to be huge."
She and I (2022)
Hannah King
"Gripping. Thoughtful. Lyrical ... It's got all the right shades of Tana French. This writer is going places."
The Twyford Code (2022)
Janice Hallett
"Fiendishly clever... Golden Age Christie-esque puzzle meets The Usual Suspects. Outstanding. Unlike anything you'll ever read."
Deep Water (2022)
Emma Bamford
"Gripping and pacy... A perfect summer read."
The Hiding Place (2022)
Simon Lelic
"The Hiding Place by Simon Lelic totally ruined by evenings! A taut pacy murder mystery that just won't stop turning pages. Lelic manages to combine Golden age whodunnit charm with a hypnotic mystery. The thinking reader's writer Lelic never disappoints and this one is the best yet."
The Movement (2022)
Ayisha Malik
"I loved it. It's a huge and exciting book with a breathtakingly original premise . . . For me it was a revolution. Outstanding."
Truly, Darkly, Deeply (2022)
Victoria Selman
"A sensational novel with a truly evil twist that you just don't see coming. Blew my mind. Selman knows her serial killers and this suspect has it all - he's terrifying and charming in equal measure. A true page-turner. Burned through this book in a couple of days.Riveted the whole way through. This one will stay with me for some time yet. Masterful."
The Other Side of Night (2022)
Adam Hamdy
"A gripping and moving tale of loss and astounding sacrifice told so beautifully with a unique twist that was utterly satisfying."

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