The Relentless Tide
A DCI Daley Thriller (Book 6) - Time and tide waits for no man - or woman
‘Absorbing . . . no run-of-the-mill tartan noir’ - The Times
‘You’ll have a blast with these’ - Ian Rankin
‘A top talent, and one to be cherished' - Quintin Jardine
‘Spellbinding . . . one of the UK’s most loved crime writers’ - The Sunday Post
‘A compelling lead . . . satisfyingly twisted plot’ - Publishers Weekly
‘Touches of dark humour, multi-layered and compelling’ - Daily Record
‘Striking characters and shifting plots vibrate with energy’ - The Library Journal
‘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.’ - Scotland on Sunday
‘If you like Rankin, MacBride and Oswald, you’ll love Meyrick’ - The Sunday Mail
‘Energetic, wry, and full of jolts' - Waterstones
‘The right amount of authenticity . . . gritty writing . . . most memorable’ - The Herald
‘All three books have a strong sense of place, of city cops trying to fit in to a small, tightly knit rural environment’ - Russell Leadbetter, Evening Times
‘Meyrick has the ability to give even the least important person in the plot character and the skill to tell a good tale’ - Scots Magazine
‘Following in the tradition of great Scottish crime writers, Denzil Meyrick has turned out a cracking, tenacious thriller of a read. If you favour the authentic and credible, you are in safe hands’ - Lovereading
‘DCI Daley is shaping up to be the West Coast’s answer to Edinburgh’s Rebus’-Scottish Home and Country
‘Well crafted and engrossing . . . Meyrick is well into his rhythm’ - Journal of the Law Society of Scotland
When Professor Francombe and her team of archaeologists find the remains of three women on a remote Kintyre hillside – a site rumoured to have been the base of Viking warlord Somerled – their delight soon turns to horror when they realise the women tragically met their end little more than two decades ago. It soon becomes clear that these are the three missing victims of the ‘Midweek Murderer’, a serial killer who was at work in Glasgow in the early 1990s.
DCI Jim Daley now has the chance to put things right – to confront a nightmare from his past and solve a crime he failed to as a young detective. However, when Police Scotland’s Cold Case Unit arrive, they bring yet more ghosts to Kinloch.
A tale of death, betrayal, Viking treasure and revenge set in the thin places where past, present and future collide.
Other books by Denzil Meyrick
The Last Witness
A DCI Daley Thriller (Book 2) - When your worst nightmare returns, survival is all
Whisky from Small Glasses
A DCI Daley Thriller (Book 1) - Large measures, dark hearts
Dark Suits and Sad Songs
A DCI Daley Thriller (Book 3) - Death. Betrayal. Revenge.
A Breath on Dying Embers
A DCI Daley Thriller (Book 7) - The pageturning thriller from the No.1 bestseller
A DCI Daley Thriller (Book 8) - The new thriller from the No.1 bestseller
A Large Measure of Snow
A Tale from Kinloch
A brand new novella from Denzil Meyrick, author of the global bestselling DCI Daley detective series, this ia an entertaining adventure story with two unlikely heroes at the helm, perfect for fans of Para Handy.
The D.C.I. Daley Series
For Any Other Truth - A DCI Daley Thriller (Book 9)
The Brand New Must-Read D.C.I. Daley Bestseller
Terms of Restitution
A stand-alone thriller from the author of the bestselling DCI Daley Series
Stand alone novel from the author of the bestselling DCI Daley Series. Gangs of London meets The Sopranos. Terms of Restitution is a thrilling gangland tale of shifting alliances and deceit, punctuated by the real family problems that we all face and underpinned by Meyrick’s trademark dark humour throughout.
A Toast to the Old Stones
A Tale from Kinloch
A brand new short novel from Denzil Meyrick, author of the global bestselling DCI Daley detective series. This is the second tale from Kinloch, a series of nostalgic, humorous stories for fans of classic Scottish fiction like Neil Munro's Para Handy.