The Detective Up Late


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$26.99  $25.10
Blackstone Publishing
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6.41 X 9.29 X 1.15 inches | 1.42 pounds

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About the Author

Adrian McKinty was born and grew up in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He studied philosophy at Oxford University before moving to Australia and to New York. He is the author of more than a dozen crime novels, including the award-winning standalone thriller The Chain, which was a New York Times and #1 international bestseller. McKinty's books have been translated into over forty languages, and he has won the Edgar Award, the International Thriller Writers Award, the Ned Kelly Award (three times), the Anthony Award, the Barry Award, the Macavity Award, and the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award. His novel The Island was an instant New York Times bestseller and made their "Best Thrillers of 2022" list.


"Adrian McKinty is a gifted storyteller I love to read, and Sean Duffy is a character you will never forget."

-- "Don Winslow, #1 internationally bestselling author"

"The welcome return of Sean Duffy."

-- "Boston Globe"

"The writing is first-rate, and the story commands attention from the opening pages...The Detective Up Late is a fine piece of crime fiction and is one of my favorites of the year so far. Once more McKinty sets the standard for clever, reflective novels of detection."

-- "Murder, Mayhem, and Long Dogs"

"There's an ambivalence about almost every aspect of the book, including Duffy himself. He's a Catholic in the RUC, a man out of sync. The Troubles weave in and out of the narratives, reminding us of what an extreme time it was. These are crime novels that are unafraid to explore the complications of living at a time when which church you went to could be enough to get you killed."

-- "The Guardian (London)"

"Gerard Doyle has a fabulous brogue and the ability to deliver a sly joke and dialogue between an Irishman and a Scot with equal facility."

-- "AudioFile"