Cold Kill - Neil White Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847561292 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Neil White
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by - written on 15/01/14, updated on 15/01/14 (Somewhat useful, 8 readings)
Neil White's Cold Kill is a serial killer detective novel where the hunt is on for the killer. 2 girls have been found dead and the Police believe that they were both killed by the same killer;This is further developed when the killer starts to correspond with a local journalist, who just happens to be married to a senior detective investigating the case. The killer is using the journalist to taunt Police about the lack of any leads on the case The scene is set in England and the book is very real and graphic. I bought the book because it was on offer and was very cheap and was pleasantly surprised that it was a real page turner,which massively exceeded ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
When Jane Roberts is murdered, the state of the body bears a chilling similarity to another young woman - Deborah Corley - who was murdered three weeks earlier. Both were stripped, strangled and defiled with stones, leaves and dirt stuffed into all orifices. It is obvious right away that the same person is responsible for both crimes as a copycat murder is ruled out due to the police believing no information has been given or leaked about the state of the bodies. Or has it? Detective Sergeant Laura McGanity is on the case and hoping to find the killer before he strikes again. Things aren't always easy for Laura as her boyfriend is local reporter Jack Garrett, ... Read the complete review
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