The new psychological thriller featuring Dalziel and Pascoe, the hugely popular detective duo and stars of the long-running BBC TV series, following on from the bestselling Death of Dalziel He may have been in a coma but it would take an act of God to put Superintendent 'Fat' Andy Dalziel down for good. In the meantime, He'll settle for a few weeks' bed-rest. Sandytown, a pleasant seaside resort devoted to healing, seems just the ticket. And when a fellow newcomer appears in the shapely form of psychologist Charlotte Heywood, Dalziel develops an unexpected passion for alternative therapy. But Sandytown's warring landowners have grandiose plans for the resort. One of them has to go and when one of them does, in spectacularly gruesome fashion, DCI Peter Pascoe is called in to investigate - with Dalziel and Charlotte providing unwelcome support. And Pascoe soon finds dark forces at work in a place where holistic remedies are no match for the oldest cure of all!
Reginald Hill is a native of Cumbria and former resident of Yorkshire, the setting for his novels featuring Superintendent Dalziel and DCI Pascoe. Their appearances have won him numerous award including a CWA Gold Dagger and Lifetime Achievement award. They have also been adapted into a hugely popular BBC TV series.
Praise for 'A Cure for All Diseases': 'A terrific virtuoso performace from Dalziel! a clever plot, beautifully written, but what's memorable is Dalziel's spectacular return' The Times 'A characteristically funny, perceptive and deftly plotted tale' Mail on Sunday Praise for Reginald Hill: 'As usual, Hill is unputdownable' Daily Express 'Hill is always clever and funny! he demands intense concentration -- because he's worth it' Literary Review 'His energy, wit and erudition are astonishing! he can still see off most of his rivals' Daily Telegraph 'Hill at his best is a masterly storyteller, and he is at his best here! he always handles the big action scenes with authority and perfect timing! addictive!brilliant' Spectator 'Hill keeps us in suspense throughout the entire book! it's a gripping read which displays Hill's brilliant characterization and dialogue and his skilful plot structure' Sunday Telegraph 'A treat! the erudite and witty Reg Hill [is] back on top form and in rude health' Birmingham Post 'Top class crime fiction' Belfast Telegraph
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