Death Can't Take a Joke (Kiszka and Kershaw Book 2)

Death Can't Take a Joke (Kiszka and Kershaw Book 2)

Anya Lipska


‘GRIPPING’ – VAL MCDERMID

When masked males brutally homicide of his closest neighbors, Janusz Kiszka – fixer to East London’s Poles – needs to dig deep into the city’s legal underbelly to trace down the killers and convey justice. Shadowing a gorgeous Ukrainian lady he believes may perhaps clear up the secret, Kiszka reveals himself skating dangerously with regards to her ruthless ‘businessman’ boyfriend. in the meantime, his outdated nemesis, police detective Natalie Kershaw is suffering to spot a secret suicide, a Pole who jumped off the head of Canary Wharf Tower. yet all isn't really what it kind of feels…

Sparks fly as Kiszka and Kershaw’s paths move back, but if their separate investigations demand a trip to Poland’s wintry japanese borders, they are compelled to name an uneasy truce...

REVIEWS

‘Lipska is against the law author of bravura abilities, and this visceral imaginative and prescient of contemporary London boasts advanced protagonists, pungently realised locales and a prepared social awareness’ – BRIT NOIR

'A shrewdpermanent plot, fascinating characters and plausible wisdom of the edgy lives of immigrnants part pining for the outdated country' - THE LONDON TIMES

'Intelligent and unique: half secret, half interesting portrait of London's perpetually altering population' – ALEX MARWOOD, writer, The Darkest Secret

'A brilliant mixture of crime, grit, politics, suspense and sinister undercurrents with a special experience of humour’ – MARTYN WAITES, writer of the Joe Donovan series

‘Riveting. Kiszka and Kershaw are probably the most compelling duos in modern crime fiction’ – STAV SHEREZ, writer, 11 Days

‘Nothing new within the crime style? definite there's. There’s Anya Lipska’ – DAVID MARK, author

'Pacy and enthralling.' – MALCOLM MCKAY, writer, the mandatory dying of Lewis Winter

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