Steven Dunne

Interviewed 18 October 2013

Steven Dunne

Steven Dunne has undertaken a variety of jobs, including public relations consultant, freelance journalist and supply teacher. He's even had a brief career in stand-up comedy. He's also written occasional articles for The Guardian, The Times and The Independent. In 1988 he began teaching English in Croydon before moving to Derby in 1996, where he began to consider writing a novel. His fourth novel featuring DI Damen Brook is called The Unquiet Grave, and is published by Headline.



Books by Steven Dunne

A Killing Moon

Weeks after the disappearance of an Irish student in Derby, the body of a Polish girl is found in the back of a burnt-out van. Detective Inspector Brook thinks the two are linked, but he has to navigate the complex world of organised crime in order to find out how.

Reviewed on 24 October 2015 by Madeleine Marsh

The Unquiet Grave

Maverick DI Damen Brook is back from suspension and exiled to the cold case squad. He’s eager to escape this backwater, but his attitude changes when he spots a pattern in a series of murders that began in 1963.

Reviewed on 04 October 2014 by John Cleal