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Minette Walters

Disordered Minds

Minette Walters biography by Chris High

Convicted for the murder of his Grandmother in 1970, within three years Harold Stamp is found dead by his own hand. The years of brutality inside and the thought of isolation outside, proves too much for the man and few shed any tears over his passing.

Front cover of the book Disordered Minds by Minette Walters

However, nothing is rarely so straight forward and, more than thirty years later, Anthropologist, Dr Jonathan Hughes, author of a recent book concerning miscarriages of justice, is approached to piece together an unofficial cold case in Harold's posthumous defence.

Written in a style that she has made so successfully her own, Minette Walters immediately gets the reader asking themselves questions and so sets the pages flapping over in a fury. The inventive characterisation of the principal protagonists, along with a supporting cast of peripherals, all add up to a strong plot development that is evident throughout, whereas the situations are never anything other than plausible thanks to the author's close attention to detail.

Following her numerous previous outings, the author shows little sign of winding down and this offering will keep the reader fixated from start to finish.

Other nominations for the Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award 05

  Mark Billingham - bestselling author, actor, TV writer and stand-up comedian is nominated for his book Lazy Bones published by Little, Brown / Time Warner.
Short biography by Chris High
Review of 'Lazy Bones' by Chris high

  Simon Kernick - nominated for his book The Murder Exchange the second in Kernick's loose London-based crime series introduces DS John Gallan and ex-mercenary, Max Iversson.
Short biography by Chris High
Review of 'The Murder Exchange' by Chris High

  Ian Rankin - bestselling crime author and famous for the acclaimed Inspector Rebus series is nominated for his book A Question Of Blood published by Orion (Paperback)
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Review of ' A Question Of Blood' by Chris High

  Val McDermid - published by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd. Her book The Distant Echo described as “a masterpiece of trickery and misdirection” is nominated at Harrogate this year.
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Review of 'The Distant Echo' by Chris High

  Andrew Taylor - award-winning author of a number of novels, is nominated this year for his book The American Boy published by Harper Collins.
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A review of 'The American Boy' by Chris High

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Writing gets me away for a while' from this world and into one where I, alone, can make or
break the rules as I see fit.” - Chris High 2003.
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