Media comments on the DCI Daley novels:

‘Universal truths . . . An unbuttoned sense of humour . . . Engaging and eventful’ – Wall Street Journal

‘Absorbing . . . no run-of-the-mill tartan noir’ – The Times

‘These books are a runnaway success’ – Daily Mail

‘Full of dark humour and packed with warmly drawn and well-developed characters’ – Irish Independent

‘A fine example of tartan noir, superior to most of the genre’ – The Scotsman

‘In high demand across the globe… Readers instantly warm to Daley’ – Daily Mail

‘Daley is a character complete with depths, currents and sudden changes of the Atlantic Ocean that crashes against Kinloch’s harbour walls. The remote peninsula and the claustrophobic nature of small-town life are perfectly painted too. Fans of the series will thoroughly appreciate another stint in Daley’s company, and new readers will also find much to enjoy’ – Scotland on Sunday

‘DS Scott is “pure dead brilliant”, at times laugh out loud. Meyrick brings his usual skilful storytelling and gives us another engrossing page-turner’ – Journal of the Law Society of Scotland

‘With Meyrick it’s visceral and this one is no exception from its chillingly atmospheric prologue to the epilogue’s final, deadpan line. Will chime with crime connoisseurs’ – Sunday Post

‘Dark, gutsy, and smirky Tartan Noir… wonderful storytelling, Jeremiah’s Bell continues the series in fine style’ –

‘Denzil Meyrick’s DCI Daley series covers the named detective in the fictional town of Kinloch…The novels are suitably dark and unfold slowly’ – CityWire – Wealth Management Magazine