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  • Murderson

  • The Edmonton Police Station Thrillers, Book 2
  • By: Mark Yarwood
  • Narrated by: Thomas Cassidy
  • Length: 13 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Murderson

By: Mark Yarwood
Narrated by: Thomas Cassidy
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Summary

Can a serial killer be cured?

The second book in the Edmonton Police Station thriller series is a gruesome, dark, and twisted journey into a serial killer’s mind. The London streets are the hunting ground of a killer nicknamed "The Clock". At each crime scene the killer leaves his male victims dismembered in the shape of a clock face.

DCI Paul Webb, a detective recovering from a broken heart and stalking his ex-lover, is put in charge of the case. But he needs help to get inside the killer's mind. Along comes Dr Kirill Fedorov, a dying Russian man who believes he can stop disturbed children becoming serial killers.

Luke Wind is the only British child Dr Fedorov supposedly cured of becoming a serial killer; he’s persuaded by the Russian doctor to help the police track down "The Clock". But when the killings start to look personal, Luke starts to question whether he was cured of being a killer at all.

©2012 Mark Yarwood (P)2022 Mark Yarwood

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  • Jermaine Rivera
  • 04-10-19

Mark Yarwood’s Second

Mark avoids whatever the audiobook equivalent of a “difficult second album” is by avoiding the tropes associated with it altogether, namely by not just giving us more of the same. A new team, a new dynamic and a very different, altogether more gruesome case to the first one. Better than Spider Mouth in every conceivable way. However there is a character in Murderson’s “Clock Killer” case that is far too suspicious, to the point that you write him off as being the killer very early on - this doesn’t take away from the suspense of finding out who the killer is though. Glad he kept the narrator from Spider Mouth and looking forward to hearing him again in Last Alive.

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  • Patrice Bennett
  • 04-10-19

Goodbye Fairservice/Hello Webb

Though there are recurring characters in these books, one of the things I love about them is the revolving cast. For example Fairservice from the last one is now replaced by the altogether different (but no less compelling) Webb. I regard this as better than the previous book Spider Mouth, although its ending is perhaps not quite as memorable.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 09-07-19

A truly awful read!

I continued to read this book in the (vain) hope that it would get better. Instead, it got worse. The entire premise was interesting, if unbelievable, but the stilted narration robbed the story of necessary nuance, so even the interesting premise was ruined. The ending was forced and too fantastical for words. No more Omer!

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  • lynda
  • 05-11-21

A Great Listen

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request, and have voluntarily left this review. Men are being murdered and their body parts are being turned in a clock face. The police force is struggling to get a lead on the murder when they contacted by a doctor that treated children with potential to be serial killers. His only success is Luke and he suggest that the police ask him for help. Soon events become even more disturbing. Lots of twists and turns to this fast paced tale keeps you listening to the very unexpected ending.

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  • Wallace Myers
  • 04-10-19

The Clock Killer Strikes

The plot of Spider Mouth was sinister and creepy, the plot of this book is downright terrifying! Thanks to Mark and his narrator (excellent Russian accent) I will never be able to relax on the streets of London again.

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  • Horacio Crawford
  • 04-10-19

Very Good Narration

The first book dealt with a serial killer putting spiders in peoples mouths, the second one deals with a mad, dying Russian doctor who cured children of psychopathic tendencies and the blowback from one of his failed patients. So Mark always manages to keep his stories fresh and exciting. The guy who voices Mark Yarwoods books is a serious sounding dude with a smooth, deep and deadly voice.

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  • Althea Zimmerman
  • 04-10-19

One of my favourites

This book as well as books 4 and 7 are my favourites in the Edmonton series. Jairus’ Sacrifice by the same author is also well worth checking out.