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Bermondsey Street Brought to Life in New Novel

Teresa Hunter is an award-winning journalist who has spent a career with the Guardian, Telegraph, Sunday Times and BBC, and lives in Southwark. In recent years she has put her Creative Writing MA into writing novels, and the second in her Julia Lighthorn series is now on sale.

Bermondsey Street is brought to life in Take A Thousand Cuts, which is largely set in Bermondsey and Southwark. It opens with a brutal murder in Soho but this high-action, high-voltage thriller takes readers on a nail-biting adventure from London and onwards to the Far East.

Given the talk topics at the recent G7 meeting, the book stays relevant and tackles issues such as global greed, financial collapse and human rights abuses in Hong Kong and China.

‘I have written one modestly successful novel called Dead Money,’ says Teresa. ‘So I thought a follow up that also deals with murder, money, media and mayhem would, hopefully, be just as successful.’

Having spent many years as a financial journalist, this author brings a special insight into City finance scandals, with this easy-to-read thriller.

Amazon – Kindle price £2.99 and paperback £9.99. ISBN:  B096P593QF

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