The Death List - Paul Johnston Reviews
Description:ISBN 0778301591 / Author: Paul Johnston / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Ever really felt like killing someone?London crime novelist Matt Wells has dumped by his agent, his publisher and his wife, he has more revenge fantasies than most.But when Matt is contacted by a serial killer ... more
The Death List - Paul Johnston ... called the 'White Devil', he is horrified to discover that this evil force knows everything about him, his family, friends - and his enemies.Then the slaughter begins and Matt's idle fantasies are made all too real. If Matt can't stop the White Devil in time, all those people Matt really hates are about to meet a chilling fate...
Newest Review: ... he hasnt managed to do many of those either. All in all Matt Wells seems to be a man whos writing career is all but over, ... more
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Crime novelist Matt Wells has fantasies of revenge against his ag ...
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by - written on 08/08/07 (Very useful, 121 readings)
Yet another book I read at work over the weekend, I dont remember ever having come across the author before but it does say that this is the first in a series which will feature the same lead character Matt Wells so I am assuming it is also the first book by this author (I am happy to be corrected if this is wrong). The Death List sounds an ominous title and it starts as it means to go on, with the seemingly random and unconnected murder of Steven Newton (so seemingly random and unconnected it wasnt until I started writing this that I realised why it was even included in the book!). After this prologue we start the story proper, meeting Matt Wells on what has ... Read the complete review
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