Exmouth-based crime writer Graham Hurley has just released his 23rd book, and there’s talk of a tv series.
Graham’s 23rd book is the ninth in the Detective Inspector Faraday series, set in Portsmouth. Called No Lovelier Death, it opens with the murder of a 17-year-old girl at a house party.
Graham, who was a TV documentary maker, started his writing career with the six-part ITV drama Rules of Engagement, after which he won a two-book contract.
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