Death of Remembrance
A D.C.I Daley Thriller (Book 10) – A NO.1 AMAZON BESTSELLER
‘Star Pick – If you have never read one of Meyrick’s mysteries now is the time’
The Times Crime Club
'Meyrick’s storytelling skills are second to none, weaving together a narrative that spans time and location without dropping an inch of suspense along the way... The Death of Remembrance is a compelling novel from one of Scotland’s favourite writers – expect high drama…and high praise'
'Meyrick’s ability to keep the pages turning almost of their own accord marks the Death of Remembrance as TOP–DRAWER CRIME FICTION‘
'The Death of Remembrance is a properly frightening tale in parts but there’s plenty of humour too, and it’s also a fascinating study of how both policing and crime have changed’
‘A taut tale full of death, intensity and some startling revelations. It is a novel that fixes your attention from the beginning and keeps you fastened to the page right until the gripping, breathtaking end. I can only hope there is another decade of Daley and Scott to follow'
Live and Deadly
LOVED,LOVED, LOVED THIS! I have to say I am completely addicted to this series (and anything else Denzil Meyrick writes) , no sooner do I finish one, I count the days for the next, and I am never disappointed. I urge you to give them a go. FIVE STARS
Waterstones Horsham Bookseller
'Another triumphant novel in the DCI Jim Daley series, enthralling, spellbinding, gripping, hilarious, tense, witty, sharp and the epitome of Tartan Noir… Another superb 5 star read’
‘An epic, gritty, realistic book… one of THE best crime fiction writers of all time’
Jude Fire 33 – The Book Blog
'As one of Scotland’s biggest-selling crime writers, Denzil Meyrick, from Campbeltown, knows his way around a good story'
'A thoroughly compelling read that, to use an overworked phrase, keeps you turning the page right to the end. This is a book that deserves to be read by all lovers of Scottish crime fiction - or, indeed, of any crime fiction’
Each thread of the story develops with plot twists, culminating, as with the best detective stories, in an unexpected ending'
Scottish Book of the Week, Dundee Courier