By Luke Delaney
Terrifyingly genuine, London-set debut crime novel with a mental part, through an ex-Met detective. excellent for enthusiasts of Mark Billingham, Peter James and Stuart MacBride.
DI Sean Corrigan isn't really like different detectives. The negative abuse he suffered in formative years hasn’t stopped him having fun with relatives existence along with his spouse and daughters, or pursuing a powerful profession with South London’s homicide research Unit. however it has left him with an uncanny skill to spot the darkness in others – a darkness he recognises nonetheless exists deep inside of his personal psyche and battles to maintain buried there.
Now Sean’s at the path of the main risky killer he’s ever encountered. The culprit has no recognisable MO, leaves no forensic proof and his sufferers don't have anything in universal. yet Sean is aware they have been all murdered by means of an analogous guy. Now all he has to do is use the proof, persuade his bosses and forestall the killing … earlier than his adversary will get too with regards to home…
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