I remember You

‘Martin Edwards get better and better … clever plot, rounded characters, nicely judged pace and above all the richly atmospheric portrayal of Liverpool life at all levels makes this a real treat.’

Reginald Hill

‘Love features large and without sentimentality in this compelling story … there is something divinely lost and seedy about young Devlin … British crime fiction needs, amidst all the literary flower arranging, more true grit like this.’ 

Frances Fyfield, The New Law Journal

‘A first rate detective story.’ 

Publishing News

‘Should keep its readers guessing until the end … it’s enjoyable.’ 

Southport Globe

‘There is more than a whiff of Raymond Chandler mixed with the atmosphere of Liverpool … there are some lovely Chandleresque one-liners … the book was a gentle holiday read … and the clues only linked together in the final confrontation.’ 

Solicitors Journal

‘I liked this book as much as I did the first two.’ 


‘Confirms Edwards’ status as a rising star in the crime fiction world, with a taut plot, well drawn characters and a real flavour of the city it is based in.’ 

Liverpool Daily Post

‘Superbly built erotic tension.’ 

Liverpool Echo

‘A realistic, gritty novel about corruption, crime and memories … it represents several hours of enjoyable reading.’ 

Fly Magazine

‘The story rattles along at a fast pace and the clever ending comes as a complete surprise … Mr. Edwards is a clever writer and one can foresee Harry Devlin maturing into one of the profession’s most well-known fictional characters.’ 

Law Society Gazette

‘Harry Devlin … [is] enormously appealing … the author deserves no little credit for developing a character who is totally credible … the story is as tricky and skilful as the wingers Liverpool FC used to boast a few years back.’ 

A Shot In The Dark