Blood Guilt received this great little review from Marcel Berlins in The Times on Saturday:
'Sheffield cop Harlan Miller, the hero of Blood Guilt, goes to pieces when his son dies in a freak accident. He blames his wife, the marriage disintegrates, he takes to drink, gets into a pub fight and accidentally kills a man, for which he spends four years in prison. So far, so normal. But, on his release, he learns that the eight-year-old son of his victim has been kidnapped and is still missing. Out of a misplaced sense of responsibility, Miller launches an unofficial investigation to find the boy. Fast-moving action and lots of twists make this debut novel a most enjoyable read.'