Crime, Thriller & Mystery  

Harry Bingham Collection - 3 Books (Collection)

Harry Bingham


Harry Bingham writes psychological thrillers that star an unusual and engaging detective, DC Fiona Griffiths. Compared to the likes of Jo Nesbo and Stieg Larsson, this collection features the first three books in the powerful series.

Talking to the Dead introduces Fiona and will show you why she is such an incredible protagonist. A young girl has been found dead and a prostitute has been murdered. Fiona has her work cut out to discover the culprit here - especially as there is only one clue - a platinum bank card of a long-dead tycoon.

Love Story, with Murders opens with a human leg being discovered in a suburban freezer. The victim is a teenage girl killed a decade ago. This is followed by the disturbing appearance of many other body parts - all male, dark skinned and very fresh; The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths also finds Fiona investigating some grim discoveries. A woman has been starved to death and a computer guy has had his hands hacked off. These clues lead to what could be the heist of the century. Fiona might have to go undercover to penetrate this criminal gang from within...

Titles in this collection (3)
  • Talking to the Dead
  • The Strange Death of Fiona Griffiths
  • Love Story, with Murders

Product Details

  • Product code: HBIN
  • ISBN: 9781407250724
  • Publisher: Orion Publishing Group
  • Format: Collection
  • Dimensions: 19.8cm x 12.9cm
  • Pages: Varies
  • Book points: 5

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Customer Reviews

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A treat -

I have just reviewed a set of books about Martin Beck and they found wanting!
These on the other hand are a treat to enjoy. I do read a huge amount of crime literature and these are deserving of 5 stars. They should really be read in chronological order and the heart of the series is revealed.
Harry Bingham writes with wit and accuracy and has seen the book as 'whole' and not just a rambling series of chapters; quite the most compelling 'reads' for some time.
Although of a very different genre of crime, this compares with Kate Ellis for compulsive reading.

Markp , Sat Feb 11 13:51:31 GMT 2017

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