Robert Daws

Robert Daws

'Elegant storytelling and a fine sense of place. Robert Daws is an exciting addition to the canon of 21st Century crime writers.' Peter James. International bestselling author of the Insp Roy Grace series. 'Atmospheric, tense and thrilling. All the hall marks of a top crime thriller. Sullivan and Broderick are destined to become two of our best-loved detectives.' Adam Croft. International bestselling author of 'Her Last Tomorrow' and the Knight and Culverhouse thrillers. 'An intriguing journey through a house of mirrors to a truly gripping climax.' Hugh Fraser. Captain Hastings in ITV's 'Poirot and bestselling thriller writer of 'Harm' and 'Threat'. Robert Daws is a British theatre and television actor best known for his roles in long running tv series such as the award winning Outside Edge, Jeeves and Wooster, Roger,Roger, The Royal, Rock and Chips, Casualty, Midsomer Murders, Sword of Honour, Take A Girl Like You and most recently, as Dr Thomas Choake in Poldark. His most recent theatre work includes Michael Frayn's Alarms and Excursions, The Secret of Sherlock Holmes and Yes Prime Minister in London's West End. He has worked extensively for BBC Radio, most notably co-creating the returning police detective series Trueman and Riley with Brian B Thompson. The Rock is the first of a series of planned Sullivan and Broderick novels. On publication it reached Number 1 in Crime and Thrillers on the Amazon bestseller list. Poisoned Rock is to be published in September 2016.
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