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Sins As Scarlet
Subtitle 'In the heady tradition of Raymond Chandler and Michael Connelly' A. J. Finn, bestselling author of The Woman in the Window
By Nicolás Obregón
ISBN 9781405926935
Fiction Genre Thriller/Crime/Mystery
Publication Date 11/15/2018
Price 8.99


While investigating a brutal murder of a transgender woman in LA, Inspector Iwata discovers a world of corruption and murder centred around the exploitation of Mexican immigrants

Authors Biography

Nicolás Obregón is a graduate of the acclaimed Birkbeck Creative Writing Masters course and a former bookseller for Waterstones. His first novel was Blue Light Yokohama. He lives in Los Angeles

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  1. Nicolas has such talent for suspense and enigmas. The first novel was fantastic, I read it inside week because I could I couldn’t put it down. Sins as Scarlet is even more intriguing. Having visited LA in May, he captures every detail of the city. Reading it was an immensely immersive experience. Totally worth every word! Can’t wait for the third and maybe fourth!

  2. Another brilliant novel from such a talent.

  3. Absolutely brilliant book! A very talented writer, anyone who loves crime will love this! Great crime writer Jeffrey Deaver called it ‘a masterpiece!’ I couldn’t agree more.

  4. A great crime novel! He’s a brilliant writer, well worth reading. Can’t wait for the third and fourth novels from Nicolás!

  5. I’ve really got sucked into Iwata’s world again! Amazing crime fiction.

  6. With the Mexican border problems now in the USA this makes even more interesting reading.

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