Candice Fox's latest thriller is the definition of nailbiter, as a female agent goes undercover in a New York firefighting crew that is far more dangerous than the fires they fight.

'Candice Fox is way up my list of must-read authors.' Ian Rankin

'Candice Fox books should come with a warning label- remember to breathe.' Michael Robotham

'Breathless and enthralling with a premise like no other, Devil's Kitchen is one of the best crime novels I've read in years. Candice Fox just goes from strength to strength.' Anna Downes

'Imagine Michael Mann's cinematic masterpiece Heat but with Fox's indelible storytelling swagger. Devil's Kitchen is a relentless, action-packed thrill-ride . . . Candice Fox is a titan of the genre.' Simon McDonald

When a city's heroes become its boldest criminals . . . For years the firefighters of New York's Engine 99 have rushed fearlessly into hot zones, saving countless lives and stopping devastating blazes in their tracks. They've also stolen millions from banks, jewellery stores and art galleries. With their inside knowledge and specialist equipment, they've become the most successful heist crew on the East Coast. Their newest member, Andrea 'Andy' Nearland, is not what she seems either. She's an undercover operative, hunting the men of Engine 99 for a host of crimes - including the murder of an off-duty cop and the disappearance of a mother and child. As the clock counts down to the gang's most daring heist yet, loyalties begin to fray and mistrust boils over. Andy's career is all smoke and mirrors, but infiltrating this crew of 'heroes' might prove to be her most dangerous job of all . . . 

Paperback / softback  Trade paperback (UK)  480pp  h234mm  x  w154mm  x s38mm  587g 

ISBN13: 9781761049019