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From the best-selling author of the addictive DI Bliss series and the compelling stand-alone novel Fifteen Coffins, comes a dark psychological journey into the nightmare world of a serial killer.

Pre-teen girls are being abducted and their families murdered. When Frank Rogers, ex-DI with the Metropolitan Police, is told that his own daughter is missing, his son a victim, he sets aside his grief to help old colleagues investigate the case. Soon Frank’s face is all over the news. In an unexpected turn of events, the killer contacts the police to say he is willing to talk. But only to Frank. 

When the body of the first abducted girl is discovered, Frank realises the investigation has become a race against time to save his daughter’s life. In order to solve the case, Frank must work out how the killer is choosing his victims. To do that, he must first enter the killer’s mind. But is Frank able to drag himself into its darker reaches?

©2021 Tony J. Forder (P)2021 W F Howes

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  • angela yardy
  • 10-03-22

A new low for Tony J Forder

This book is a very dark story written with lots of gratuitous graphic torture scenes. Unfortunately Mr Forder is descending into more extreme and violent stories in both this book and his D I Bliss series. It seems that authors write more and more extreme police cases as their main character evolves, Maybe they feel they need to do that to keep readers coming back for each new title, but I believe they could retain readers better if they write more complicated and compelling stories without sinking into depravity.

The reader of this book has a dull monotone voice with a lisp on his S's that had no tonal destinations between characters making difficult to differentiate them.

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  • Paul
  • 26-08-21

I don't know if this book is any good

I have no idea if this book is any good, the narrator mumbles. Someone should of noticed in recording