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HarperCollins, 1999 - Detectives - 483 pages
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DCI Red Metcalfe has the knack of being able to get under the skin and into the minds of the deranged killers he is seeking. In this chilling serial-murder novel his latest case involves a set of crimes that go beyond chilling during a London heatwave.

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liked the story but not the ending - Goodreads
Cracking plot, sizzling tension and very gory. - Goodreads
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Lots of action and a very impressive ending. - Goodreads

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Boris Starling has worked as a reporter on the Sun and the Daily Telegraph and most recently for a company which specialises in kidnap negotiation, clandestine investigations and political risk analysis. He was one of the youngest-ever contestants on Mastermind in 1996 and went to the semi-finals with his subject: the novels of Dick Francis. Boris studied at Cambridge and currently lives in London.

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