Stylish, fresh & cool. Review of debut crime novel, Heartman, by M. P. Wright…

Crying out to be made into a TV series, this is an excellent debut from M.P. Wright. Set in Bristol in 1964 and featuring JT Ellington, as a Barbadian ex-cop who’s forced to turn detective after a young woman goes missing. This is as stylish, fresh and cool as the decade it’s set in. JT Ellington is one hell of a character and Heartman is one hell of a book. It’ll hit the shops on July 1st. Pre-order your copy here.

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About Emlyn Rees

Copywriter, crime writer, comedy writer, editor and co-founder of Dark and Stormy Crime Festival. Hunted, Wanted, We're Going on a Bar Hunt, The Very Hungover Caterpillar, The Teenager Who Came to Tea, and Switch It Off! out now.
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