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True Crime Story

The Times Number One Bestseller

Joseph Knox

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Bantam
31 May 2022
One of the most talked about crime novels of 2021- 'Knox the author pulls off a hybrid triumph- at once an old-fashioned whodunnit and a smart postmodern literary novel asking questions about the ethics of all editing, as well as the true-crime genre. Dazzlingly original' Sunday Times

What happens to those girls who go missing? What happens to the Zoe Nolans of the world?'

In the early hours of Saturday, December 17th, 2011, Zoe Nolan, a 19-year-old Manchester University student, walked out of a party taking place in the shared accommodation where she had been living for three months.

She was never seen again.
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Imprint:   Bantam
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 127mm,  Spine: 27mm
Weight:   293g
ISBN:   9781529176698
ISBN 10:   1529176697
Pages:   448
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Joseph Knox was born and raised in and around Stoke and Manchester, where he worked in bars and bookshops before moving to London. He runs, writes and reads compulsively. His debut novel Sirens was a bestseller and has been translated into eighteen languages. The Smiling Man and The Sleepwalker are the second and third books in the series. True Crime Story is a standalone.

Reviews for True Crime Story: The Times Number One Bestseller

Scandalously entertaining...Knox is a fantastic writer. His ambitious fourth novel satirises and celebrates the true-crime genre with glee ... by turns horrific and hilarious -- Mark Sanderson * The Times * Truly immersive: complex, disturbing, unexpectedly funny and very smart -- Laura Wilson * The Guardian * One of the most engaging cold-case novels I have read -- Natasha Cooper * Literary Review * Knox the author pulls off a hybrid triumph: at once an old-fashioned whodunnit and a smart postmodern literary novel asking questions about the ethics of all editing, as well as the true-crime genre. Dazzlingly original. -- John Dugdale * Sunday Times * The gifted Joseph Knox continues his upwards trajectory...forging something original and innovative. -- Barry Forshaw * Financial Times *


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