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Little Girl Lost

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Little Girl Lost, will be released in paperback on 10th May 2012. You can buy the book here.

'A totally engrossing read.The story is well-plotted, with a clear sense of place and history which sets it apart from the run of the mill. This is a highly-recommended read from a greatly accomplished author.' --Press Association

'This standalone thriller is cleverly constructed, packed with vibrant and believable characters and admirably free of the clichés of the genre... It confirms him as one of the most original voices in the notably expanding field of Irish crime fiction and this reviewer, for one, would like to read more of DS Lucy Black.' --Irish Independent

'Effortlessly blending Black's personal woes into her professional life, McGilloway weaves a taut police procedural in an unadorned style that belies the stories complexity... McGilloway has tapped into a fascinating and febrile setting...It's an impressive statement of intent from an author whose reputation grows with each release' --Irish Times

'Brian McGilloway's Little Girl Lost (Macmillan) is a police procedural set in contemporary Derry, as DS Black investigates the disappearance of a young girl who can identify a killer. A standalone from his critically acclaimed Inspector Devlin series, this is an assured and grittily realistic tale from an author who is being compared to James Lee Burke and Ian Rankin.' --Sunday Business Post

Little Girl Lost was awarded the McCrea Literary Award by the University of Ulster in 2011.

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Brian McGilloway is the New York Times bestselling author of the critically acclaimed Inspector Benedict Devlin and DS Lucy Black series. He was born in Derry, Northern Ireland in 1974. After studying English at Queen’s University, Belfast, he took up a teaching position in St Columb’s College in Derry, where he was Head of English. 

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