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LIVING DEATH GRAHAM MASTERTON

September 16, 2016

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Published by Head of Zeus 8th September 2016

THE GIRL WHO TEETERED OUT OF THE DOORWAY WAS EXACTLY WHO THEY WERE LOOKING FOR.

It’s Hallowe’en, and the people of Cork are partying. At half past two in the morning, a girl with green hair and sad eyes stumbles out of a club. She never makes it home.

DS Katie Maguire and her team are stretched to the limit. A gang of dognappers are terrorising the kennel owners of Cork. The city’s drug trade is at an all -time high. Now they have a missing girl to find too and all in the glare of the media spotlight.

As Katie closes in on the truth, she realises that the three cases might be connected. And that with every second she spends investigating, the clock ticks on for the missing girl, trapped in a living death.

MY REVIEW

I loved read reading this  well written tough and gritty thriller. It’s Halloween and people of Cork are out partying. A young girl leaves a club crying, she calls for a taxi to take her home. A young boy who she doesn’t even know offers her a lift to her house. She is not driven home, but dropped off at St Giles Clinic. The driver of the car slowly edge the rear wheel over her legs. The young girl wakes up in the clinic, but everything about clinic doesn’t seem good. Another part of this exciting thriller is a gang are stealing dogs in the city. The gang terrorizes a dog kennel owner in Cork. The dognappers rapes the owners wife. When the gang go to take the owners dogs, the owner takes his revenge and shoots one of them. DS Katie Maguire and her team are flat out trying to find the dognappers and the missing young girl. With questions being asked what really happened at the kennel when the owner shot one of the gang. 

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