Third in new series from Dagger-shortlisted author.
Reveals the hidden history of Liverpool.
Stars a female DCI with an intriguing past.
A fast-paced thriller with a sinister twist.
MARKET: Stuart Macbride; Graham Masterton; M.J. Arlidge.
'Roberts' intimate knowledge of Liverpool makes the city into a sinister character of itself' Graham Masterton
'Day of the Dead would be worth reading as a superbly constructed thriller, even if it didn't have much more to it than that – an elegant novel' Shots Mag
'This is a very clever book ... Will keep you guessing until the very end' Go Buy the Book
'Fast-moving and intense ... The book is an extremely well-written and thought-provoking detective thriller ... If evidence were needed of the power of fiction "set in location" then this is it!' TripFiction
'A captivating page-turner that will keep readers glued to its pages ... Gripping and gritty crime fiction at its absolute best ... A first class read' Bookish Jottings
'An extremely thought-provoking read ... I am still thinking about it now even though I have finished it' Ginger Book Geek
From the very first page, I was pulled in and wanted to know more' Rambling Lisa's Book Reviews
'Methodical, gritty, and well-paced, Day of the Dead is the kind of crime fiction novel that messes with your emotions and gets under your skin ... If you are a fan of crime fiction then you must read this book' Books of All Kinds
'Genuinely one of the best serial killer thrillers I have read this year, I am looking forward to reading more from Mark Roberts' What Rachael Read Next
'Roberts' research is as meticulous as the investigation ... add in a generous dollop of the macabre and the result is a horrifying but gripping novel which it might be best to read with all the lights on' Mystery People