Bradford author A.A. Dhand returns with the fourth instalment of his critically acclaimed Harry Virdee novels. One Way Out, the hotly anticipated follow-up to Streets of Darkness, Girl Zero and City of Sinners continues the story of Bradford’s best-known detective as he navigates gritty streets and even grittier cases, earning the books apt comparisons to TV dramas such as Luther and The Wire.

DI Harry Virdee stars in these neo-noir thrillers, bringing high-octane drama and shocking twists to the streets of Bradford, set in the city’s dark underworld.

Ticket entitles you to £3 off your copy of One Way Out when purchased on the night.

About The Host

Abir Mukherjee

Abir Mukherjee has been a fan of crime fiction since adolescence. The child of immigrants from India, A Rising Man, his debut novel, was inspired by a desire to learn more about a crucial yet almost forgotten period in Anglo-Indian history and won the Harvill Secker/Daily Telegraph crime writing competition.

Photo by Nick Tucker

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.