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SPLINTER THE SILENCE VAL MCDERMID

August 10, 2015

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SPLINTER THE SILENCE VAL MCDERMID

‘That day, waiting had been almost unbearable. He wanted something more spectacular, something that couldn’t be ignored. These deaths needed to make a mark . . .’Psychological profiler Tony Hill is trained to see patterns, to decode the mysteries of human behaviour, and when he comes across a series of suicides among women tormented by vicious online predators, he begins to wonder if there is more to these tragedies than meets the eye. Similar circumstances, different deaths. Could it be murder? But what kind of serial killer wants his crimes to stay hidden?

 

Former DCI Carol Jordan has her own demons to confront, but with lives at stake, Tony and Carol begin the hunt for the most dangerous and terrifying kind of killer – someone who has nothing to fear and nothing to lose . . . 

 

MY REVIEW

The queen of psychological thrillers, is back with her most gripping, chilling, suspenseful novel yet, featuring two of the most distinctive and unforgettable characters in crime fiction. Tony Hill and Carol Jordon.
Chillingly a creepy twisted man is waiting and watching women. He creates himself into different people to worm his way into their live and trap them. This vile monster finds a way to kill them making it look like suicide. Val McDermid knows only to well that us crime fans are drawn to the bad guys. We all love to have our heart racing wondering what will happen next and Val McDermid certainly puts us readers on the spot.
Mean while our love for psychological profiler Tony Hill is trained to see patterns when he comes across the series of suicides of women he needs to work out that although these women died in similar circumstances, different deaths. Could it be murder? But what kind of serial killer wants his crime stay hidden?
Former DCI Carol Jordon finds her self being arrested.
We all know that Val McDermid is one hell of a good writer. I wait eagerly for the next book out.

 

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