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Luca Veste is a writer of Italian and Scouse heritage, married with two young daughters, and one of nine children. He is currently studying psychology and criminology at University in Liverpool.

His debut novel - Dead Gone- is released by Avon/HarperCollins in December 2013/January 2014. Part psychological thriller, part police procedural, it introduces the detective pairing of DI David Murphy and DS Laura Rossi.

Genres: Mystery
 
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The Deaths of December (2017)
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"Combining excellent characterisation with an utterly gripping plot, Susi Holliday has provided a Christmas gift that will chill you to your bones."
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After He Died (2018)
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"Malone is a massive talent...get on board now so you can brag you were reading his books the rest of the world."
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Good Samaritans (2018)
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Will Carver
"Possibly the most interesting and original writer in the crime-fiction genre, and I've loved his books for years. Good Samaritans is his best to date – dark, slick, gripping, and impossible to put down. You'll be sucked in from the first page."
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The Last (2019)
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"The Last is impossible to put down. Nuclear apocalypse meets murder mystery, with an amazing cast of characters. It's Stephen King meets Agatha Christie, in this fantastic and highly original novel that I'll be recommending to readers for a long time to come. I loved every second of it! This is *the* book of 2019."
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Safe House (2019)
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"I was absolutely gripped by this tale of secrets, lies, and the impossibility of running away from your past...Fantastic!"
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Alice Teale is Missing (2019)
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"He just keeps getting better and better. I was gripped by this one. Hooks you in and doesn't let go. Strength in characterisation as always - I was sad to let this one go."
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The Resident (2020)
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"Utterly compelling and impossible to put down. A terrifying glimpse into a fractured mind. Incredible."
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What Waits for You (2021)
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"Schneider's riveting prose, incredibly original protagonist Tully Jarsdel, and brilliant evocation of a L.A. add up to a novel you won't be able to put down. A read that will get under your skin and stay there for a while. I can't wait for the next book!"

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