The Lost (Stone and Oliver) Paperback – 22 Mar 2018
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Nobody understands the many faces of cops better than Mari Hannah. (Val McDermid)
Mari Hannah writes with a sharp eye and a dark heart. (Peter James)
A blistering start to Hannah's new detective series, The Lost pitches her fearless coppers into a case which will explode one family's seemingly perfect life. Mari Hannah is a consummate storyteller and her books genuine must reads for any serious crime fan. (Eva Dolan)
Thrilling, exciting and kept me on the edge of my seat. Expertly written and paced pulling me from one chapter to the next, I couldn't put it down! (Angela Marsons)
Mari Hannah writes with compassion, humour and a firm grasp of character and plot. Her Kate Daniels series has already won her many fans, and this new series, featuring DS Frankie Oliver and DI David Stone, should win her many more. The Lost is a truly absorbing novel, full of twists and turns, all illuminated by Hannah's suspenseful and thrilling writing. (Peter Robinson)
Emotionally captivating. (The Times)
I absolutely LOVED it. I adore Mari's writing and this new series is brilliant. Great new characters to invest in! (Rebecca Bradley)
It's a cracker. (Woman's Way)
You can't second guess the twists and turns. I look forward to meeting Stone and Oliver again. (Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
Nobody understands the many faces of cops better than Mari Hannah.
The gripping first novel in the exciting new Stone and Oliver series by award-winning author, Mari Hannah.See all Product description
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We meet DS Frankie Oliver; strong minded and quirky, from a family of multi-generational law enforcers. Frankie is teamed up with her boss, the enigmatic DI David Stone. There is mutual respect and a growing friendship being established. Stone has moved back up north to his roots, after an incident in London. He seems to be in some way lost, dealing with demons from his past. In The Lost, we start to get to know them and see their unique chemistry in action.
The story involves a gorgeous small cast of characters; the distraught mother, her secretive husband, the golden child, the mother’s wealthy sister and the French nanny. It all starts with a woman and her sister taking a much needed vacation to Spain. Then we get the shock of a ten year old boy going missing. Stone and Oliver are soon on the case, investigating one very peculiar family. The case develops in unexpected ways, that is impossible to predict. Murder seems to surround this family. The question is why?
As usual with Mari Hannah, you get stunning writing and fast paced drama. I cannot fault a thing, even though I guessed whodunnit. It was a fabulous journey, getting to know Stone and Oliver and following the clues. Read everything by Mari Hannah. This is quality crime.
Quite appalling woman and not so brilliant that her constant disapproval is acceptable, cannot imagine any DI standing for it for ten minutes. No thanks .
I didn't rate it higher because I dislike authors who setup important conversations that the characters NEED to have but conveniently have disruptions that forestall the conversations. Just get on with it.
This is the first time reading this author and won't be the last.
Once I started reading this book I couldn't put it down, great story line
full of twists and turns right to the end.
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