Tony Hill & Carol Jordan Series by Val McDermidVal McDermid picks up the scalpel to uncover the secrets of forensic medicine, from the crime scene to the courtroom. The dead talk. To the right listener, they tell us all about themselves: where they came from, how they lived, how they died — and who killed them. Forensic scientists can unlock the mysteries of the past and help justice to be done using the messages left by a corpse, a crime scene or the faintest of human traces. More details….
Torment of Others: A Tony Hill Novel Audiobook by Val McDermid
Tony Hill is a criminal psychologist. Book 1. Val McDermid stunned readers and critics alike wi… More. Want to Read. Shelving menu. Shelve The Mermaids Singing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
She is particularly famous for writing all her novels in the Mystery, crime and Thriller genres. She has written 4 different mystery novel series based on the lives of 4 main protagonists. Almost all the novels written by McDermid are widely popular all over the world because of her unique characterization of the characters of the novels and suspenseful plots. She has said in many interviews that she received a great motivation from the great writing works of the famous authors at the time when she started her writing career. The novels written by McDermid have been translated into more than 30 foreign languages all over the world.
Her new Tony Hill and Carol Jordan book, Insidious Intent , is published on Thursday, and the reaction of fans to how she has chosen to end it will be interesting. We meet at the Theakston Old Peculier crime writing festival in Harrogate, where McDermid is practically royalty, and she has murder on her mind. This is not unusual, she says; quite frequently a pleasant weekend away will turn her thoughts to homicide. And by the end of the weekend I had the basic shape of the story in my head. And then, more recently, she and her partner went on a boating holiday.
Tony Hill. McDermid comes from a working-class family in Fife. She studied English at St Hilda's College, Oxford ,  where she was the first student to be admitted from a Scottish state school. After graduation she became a journalist and worked briefly as a dramatist. McDermid was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Sunderland in