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Riots and gang warfare provide the spark for the best latest thrillers

New crime fiction from Gillian Slovo, Chris Brookmyre, Helen Fitzgerald and Bill Beverley

9 April 2016

9:00 AM

9 April 2016

9:00 AM

All it takes is a spark. In her compelling new thriller, Ten Days (Canongate, £14.99), Gillian Slovo tracks the progress of a riot as it spreads across a rundown London estate. When Ruben, a black man of fragile nature, is accidentally killed in a police action, his friends and neighbours gather to protest his needless death.

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