Making a Mark

By Paul J. Newell

Crime & mystery, Thriller | Paperback, eBook


A graffiti artist falls to his death in Bristol. A case of misadventure? Or something far more sinister? To uncover the truth, DI Harlyn Quaye must peel back the layers of an anarchic movement etched onto every surface of the city. And he must seek the advice of an unlikely ally, Lisa – schoolgirl blogger and resident expert in Bristol street art. But does she know more than she is letting on? Is she connected to the incident more fundamentally than even she realises? Quaye’s own motivations are no more straightforward. Dark secrets threaten to compromise his efforts, and his life, at every turn. Torn between two worlds, he is on borrowed time. Soon he will have to make an impossible choice. He only hopes that this time ... nobody has to die.



Paul J. Newell was born in Somerset, England, an unsettlingly long time ago. His first attempt at a novel was The Turning, which was considered almost unanimously as really not that bad. After running out of acquaintances to coerce into buying it, he decided it was time to write another. And, after a couple more years of procrastination, he immediately set the cognitive wheels in motion. Altered States was the product of that motion. His third novel, Making a Mark, was written almost exclusively on a train.


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Paul J. Newell was born in Somerset, England, an unsettlingly long time ago. His first attempt at a novel was The Turning, which was considered almost unanimously as really not that bad. After running out of acquaintances to coerce into buying it, he decided it was time to write another. And, after a couple more years of procrastination, he immediately set the cognitive wheels in motion. Altered S...


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