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Nobody Walks

#1 J K Coe

Mick Herron

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John Murray
28 June 2022
Series: J K Coe
'A first-rate modern thriller' Daily Mail
Set in the same fictional London as the CWA Dagger Award-winning Slough House series, Nobody Walks introduces JK Coe, a fledgling spy who's about to get a harsh lesson in the realities of life on Spook Street.

Tom Bettany is working at a meat processing plant in France when he gets a voicemail telling him that his estranged 26-year-old son is dead - Liam Bettany fell from his London balcony, where he was smoking pot.

Now for the first time since he cut all ties years ago, Bettany returns home to London to find out the truth about his son's death. But more than a few people are interested to hear Bettany is back in town, from incarcerated mob bosses to those in the highest echelons of MI5. And some of them - like JK Coe - will have cause to regret his reappearance.

Bettany might have thought he'd left it all behind when he first skipped town, but nobody ever really walks away.
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Imprint:   John Murray
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 196mm,  Width: 128mm,  Spine: 24mm
Weight:   232g
ISBN:   9781473647121
ISBN 10:   1473647126
Series:   J K Coe
Pages:   288
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Mick Herron is the author of the bestselling Slough House novels, which have won two CWA Daggers, been published in 20 languages, and are the basis of a major forthcoming TV series starring Gary Oldman as Jackson Lamb. He is also the author of the Zoe Boehm series, and the standalone novels Reconstruction and This is What Happened. Mick was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, and now lives in Oxford.

Reviews for Nobody Walks (#1 J K Coe)

Fast-moving and deeply cynical, yet thoroughly heartfelt, this is a first-rate modern thriller * Daily Mail * Mick Herron writes thrillers that are smart in the places that count. Smart prose, smart plotting * Toronto Star * Blackly comic * Sunday Times *


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