Holloway Falls by Neil Cross

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'“Distinctive, original . . . powerfully atmospheric and hypnotically rendered. You may not be able to say precisely where you’ve been, but you’ll know you’ve taken a hell of a ride.” —The Literary Review “Neil Cross’s excellent third novel is an ingenious revenge thriller which draws you in with its spare, snappy prose, and then messes with your head.” —Time Out “A compulsive tale of disappearance, abduction, coincidence, psychotic jealousy, and imaginative daring . . . The plot is Vertigo on ketamine. . . . This story is a controlled skid between the shockingly private and all the big issues—death, meaning and belief. . . . Cross holds it together with tough prose, skill and nerve. The blackness and metaphysical rage recall the late, great Derek Raymond.” —The Guardian “Neil Cross’s story is carefully told, finely spun, and while it does have the sex, violence and brutality of its peers, these men also feel. And cry. And care about their daughters. Which makes them way more interesting to read.” —Stella Duffy “In the pantheon of screwed-up detectives, there are several low-lifes for us to admire—Rebus, Robincheaux, some might say Columbo—but even in such exalted company, William Holloway is a name to watch.” —Arena “Sparkles with genuinely absorbing situations and characters.” —Maxim “Cross’s precision keeps tight reign of this page-turning plot.” —The Observer “Clever, continually surprising.” —The Big Issue'
'“Distinctive, original . . . powerfully atmospheric and hypnotically rendered. You may not be able to say precisely where you’ve been, but you’ll know you’ve taken a hell of a ride.” —The Literary Review “Neil Cross’s excellent third novel is an ingenious revenge thriller which draws you in with its spare, snappy prose, and then messes with your head.” —Time Out “A compulsive tale of disappearance, abduction, coincidence, psychotic jealousy, and imaginative daring . . . The plot is Vertigo on ketamine. . . . This story is a controlled skid between the shockingly private and all the big issues—death, meaning and belief. . . . Cross holds it together with tough prose, skill and nerve. The blackness and metaphysical rage recall the late, great Derek Raymond.” —The Guardian “Neil Cross’s story is carefully told, finely spun, and while it does have the sex, violence and brutality of its peers, these men also feel. And cry. And care about their daughters. Which makes them way more interesting to read.” —Stella Duffy “In the pantheon of screwed-up detectives, there are several low-lifes for us to admire—Rebus, Robincheaux, some might say Columbo—but even in such exalted company, William Holloway is a name to watch.” —Arena “Sparkles with genuinely absorbing situations and characters.” —Maxim “Cross’s precision keeps tight reign of this page-turning plot.” —The Observer “Clever, continually surprising.” —The Big Issue'
Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller ISBN: 9781497692473 Pages: 420