Leading crime writer A.A. Dhand has made a career out of creating page-turning tales of crime, city life and the space where both intersect. His latest novel, The Blood Divide, continues this trend, whisking readers away on a nail-biting journey from Delhi’s Red Light District to India’s militarised zones.

Sikh corner-shop owner Jack is in over his head. When a detective visits in the middle of the night, he’s tortured and left for dead – without an explanation in sight. The next day, he awakes next to a young medical student he’s never seen before and together they’re thrust into a thrill-a-minute race to discover why they’re at the centre of a missing person case – one that appears to be controlled by a dangerous organisation.

We’re delighted to welcome Dhand for an in-conversation event chaired by fellow author M.W. Craven.

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About The Author

A.A. Dhand

A.A. Dhand was raised in Bradford and spent his youth observing the city from behind the counter of a small convenience store. The history, diversity and darkness of the city have inspired his Harry Virdee novels. The Blood Divide is his first standalone thriller.

About The Chair

M.W. Craven

Multi-award winning author M. W. Craven was born in Carlisle but grew up in Newcastle. The Puppet Show, the first in his Cumbria-set Washington Poe series, won the Crime Writers’ Association Gold Dagger and has now been translated into twenty-one languages. Black Summer, The Curator, and Dead Ground books, two, three and four, are out now.