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Black flowers for the missing ones mean they're never coming back...
Steve Mosby is the author of many novels. He won the 2012 CWA Dagger in the Library, and BLACK FLOWERS was shortlisted for the THEAKSTONS OLD PECULIER CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR AWARD 2012. He lives in Leeds with his family. Find out more at: www.theleftroom.co.uk or follow him on Twitter @stevemosby (if you're not easily offended).
A really spooky, dark and gripping read, just what we've come to expect from Mr Mosby, but I think he's raised the bar with this one . -- Keith Walters * BOOKSANDWRITERS.COM * Black Flowers is a cleverly constructed hall of mirrors. The narratives twist and turn so much that it is easy to miss where it is stretching plausibility, but it is intriguing and reaches a pulsating, horrific climax. * SHOTS MAGAZINE * [Steve Mosby's] superb Black Flowers will surely be one of 2011's most talked about crime novels. It combines a rare level of tension and readability with writing as fresh and precise as good poetry and a plot that's as original as it is chilling.' * MORNING STAR * Tense and gripping, this is a fascinating exploration of the often uncomfortable - and in this case lethal - shape-shifting relationship between fiction and reality. * GUARDIAN * Steve Mosby should be up there with the Mark Billinghams of the crime-horror genre... Mosby's narrative ingenuity quickly establishes itself and this exacting, often terrifying, tale...soon exerts an irresistible grip. -- Paul Connolly * METRO * With an ending as chilling as anything Stephen King has written, it's essential reading for crime fans. * NEWS OF THE WORLD (Scotland) * Tense and gripping * Guardian * An electrifyingly scary thriller * Dialy Mail * Steve Mosby should be up there with the Mark Billinghams of the crime-horror genre * Metro * Mosby has become renowned for thrillers that reach into dark places where most British crime writers are afraid to go * Sunday Express * Steve Mosby is one of the most consistently and innovatively creepy writers working right now. -- Eva Dolan