Dancing on the Grave: CSI Grace McColl & Detective Nick Weston Lakes crime thriller Book 1 (Revised)


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Zace Ltd
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5.0 X 8.0 X 1.04 inches | 1.11 pounds

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About the Author

Zoe ​Sharp opted out of mainstream education at the age of 12 and wrote her first novel at 15. She went through a variety of strange professions before becoming a photojournalist in 1988. It was after receiving death threats in the course of her work that she started writing the first of her award-winning crime thriller series featuring Special Forces dropout-turned-bodyguard, Charlotte 'Charlie' Fox, which has been optioned for film/TV. When not travelling, crewing yachts, riding motorcycles or improvising everyday objects for self-defence purposes, she can be found renovating houses or international pet-sitting. Find out more and sign up for her VIP list at www.ZoeSharp.com, follow her on Twitter, Instagram, or goodreads @AuthorZoeSharp, or Facebook @ZoeSharpAuthor.


"Scarily good."--Lee Child

"I'm used to cool, hard killers--in fiction that is--but I don't think I've ever come across a cool, hard killer as vulnerable as Edith Airey... Bisley-grade crack-shot, she could drop you at half a mile..."--John Lawton, bestselling author of the Inspector Troy and the Joe Wilderness thrillers

"DANCING ON THE GRAVE is a thriller that delivers on all levels. I found it impossible to walk away until I knew the end of the story."--Linda Wilson, Crime Review UK

"Male and female crime fiction readers alike will find Sharp's writing style addictively readable."--Paul Goat Allen, Chicago Tribune

"Zoë Sharp is one of the sharpest, coolest, and most intriguing writers I know. She delivers dramatic, action-packed novels with characters we really care about."--bestselling author, Harlan Coben

"This is hard-edged fiction at its best."--Michele Leber, Booklist starred review for FIFTH VICTIM

"I loved every word of this brilliant, mind-twisting thriller and even yelped out loud at one of the genius twists."--bestselling author, Elizabeth Haynes, on THE BLOOD WHISPERER

"This is a dark drama but a highly compelling one, unexpected, beautifully done and intelligently plotted."--Liz Barnsley, Liz Loves Books

"Superb."--Ken Bruen, bestselling author of the Jack Taylor series, THE GUARDS, BLITZ

"This is a straightforward, no holds barred, thriller. No one writes this kind of book better than Zoë Sharp."--Ted Hertel Jr, Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine

"DANCING ON THE GRAVE is a dark, tense read that caught me off guard. The author takes us on an exhilarating ride full of twists and turns that had me clinging on to every word. Brilliant book and highly recommend it."--Sarah Hardy, By The Letter Book Reviews

"I highly recommend this series!"--Ian Rankin on Charlie Fox

"If you don't like Zoë Sharp there's something wrong with you. Go and live in a cave and get the hell out of my gene pool! There are few writers who go right to the top of my TBR pile--Zoë Sharp is one of them."--Stuart MacBride, bestselling author of the Logan McRae series

"I bloody LOVED it!"--Noelle Holten, Crime Book Junkie

"The twisting relationships which happen throughout this book will make you sit up and take note, make you think long and hard about the rights and the wrongs of what happens, and make you realise nothing is ever as simple as it seems... I loved the pairing of Nick Weston and Grace McColl." --Jen Lucas, Jen Med's Book Reviews

"Dancing on the Grave is an excellent read which deals with the psychology of the characters as well as the forensics of the crimes. It is both suspenseful and disquieting, clearly demonstrating Sharp's true skill as a writer." --LJ Roberts, It Is Purely My Opinion

"Everything I'm looking for in an action thriller--the exhilarating pace is driven by the changing narrative perspectives with each voice clearly defined, the drama is compelling, characterisation superb and the perplexing mystery sits well alongside a thoughtful exploration into what drives people to commit such terrible acts."--Karen Cole, Hair Past A Freckle