About

killing moonTop-selling thriller writer Steven Dunne wasCover of The Unquiet Grave, published July 4, 2013 discovered when he self-published his first novel, The Reaper, and received rave reviews on the book-rating site authonomy.com.  He was one of the very first authors to be signed up by mainstream publisher Harper Collins in this way.

Based in Derby, Steven has gone on to write five novels, building a loyal and growing following.

Cover of Deity, by Steven DunneCover of The Disciple, by Steven DunneThe Sun newspaper described his work as: ‘Fast paced and thrilling, crime writing at its best.’

His latest novel, A Killing Moon, is due to be published on May 7th, 2015.

Each of his books is based around the lead character, Detective Inspector Damen Brook, a former high-flying Met Police officer who is haunted by his failure to catch a brutal serial killer.

Book reviewer Pam Norfolk said DI Brook has evolved into one of the best and most memorable fictional detectives in a crowded market. ‘He has the Cover of The Reaper, by Stephen Dunneintellectual prowess of Morse, the fearless combative manner of Rebus, the humanity of Wallander and the moral probity of Phillip Marlowe,’ she said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “About”

  1. Ian Burley said:

    Hi Steve,
    I am based at Tamworth Library in Staffordshire. We have all of your books in stock here and were wondering if you would be interested in delivering an evening talk here? Or if you could recommend another local crime writer who might be interested?
    Many thanks, Ian Burley.

  2. Craig billiald said:

    Hi steven thanks for a great read on my holidays met you at waterstones a couple of weeks ago you said a killing moon would take 3 days to read and I would enjoy right on both counts really couldn’t ask for a better story to get lost into will be reading more soon
    Regards and thanks
    Craig

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