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CUT OUT FERGUS MCNEILL

April 17, 2015

9781444739749

CUT OUT FERGUS MCNEILL

THIS KILLER IS FAR TOO CLOSE TO HOME

A D. I. Harland Investigation

WHAT IF SOMEONE WISHED THEIR LIFE WAS MORE LIKE YOURS?

EXACTLY LIKE YOURS.

AND WHAT IF THEY LIVED UPSTAIRS?

Nigel never meant for it to happen. At first, he just wanted to be Matt’s friend. But when he discovers he can hear what is going on in the flat below him, his fascination with his new neighbour drifts into obsession.
Rearranging his furniture to recreate the layout of the rooms downstairs. Buying the same clothes, going through Matt’s post, his things. Becoming Matt without him ever knowing.
And it would have been all right, if Matt hadn’t brought the girl home.
When things spiral out of control, and the young woman goes missing. Detective Inspector Harland has to unravel the disturbing truth. But there’s far more to the case than meets the eye …
My review

 

 Fergus McNeill is a new British author who tells the story about What If someone wished their life was more like yours? Exactly like yours. And what if they lived upstairs from you?. There is more than meets the eye in this chilling novel. So much happens In this story that you wont be able stop turning the pages. A dead body was found by the bartender in the club toilets. Detective Inspector Graham Harland took in the scene inside the club toilet cubicle. A male victim dead slumped down in the corner in the club toilet. Someone had sealed the victim eyes, nose and mouth and his ears with some sort of fast-bonding stuff. Someone even glued the dead’s man hands to the wall. Detective Inspector Harland has to unravel the disturbing truth to far more to this case and more.
This story has it all Wanting to be friends and,fascination that drifts into obsession.  Then there is the question for Detective Inspector Harland to find out who and why did they kill a man leaving him for dead in the club toilet.
Cut Out is a great tense police procedural  for crime fiction fans.

 

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