Andrew Taylor: Broken Voices

Andrew TaylorAndrew Taylor is an author of crime fiction whose plaudits include the Diamond Dagger--Britain's top award for sustained excellence in crime writing. His novel The American Boy was a Richard and Judy bestseller, and he is the only author to have won the Crime Writers' Accociation Historical Dagger twice. Taylor's forthcoming novel, The Scent of Death, is set in New York in 1778-80, and will be published in February 2013.

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