Somewhere on the streets of London an apparently motiveless killer is on the loose, his victims all bearing the hallmarks of some strange ritualistic death. Rhys Davies, a Detective Inspector in the Metropolitan Police Serious Crime Directorate, is sent with his team to try and find what links the victims together. On the face of it, there is nothing obvious, and never any clues to the motive. The only leads he and his team have are the fingerprints the killer leaves behind and the hideous death the victims all suffer. Davies and his team struggle to put the pieces together in a desperate attempt to track the killer down before he can kill again. Meanwhile, in a coffee shop on the corner, another killer lurks. Having escaped prison due to a technicality at his last trial, he waits, watching, planning, targeting his next victim...
- Paperback | 282 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 16.26mm | 485.34g
- 10 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Reader in Employment Relations Steve Williams
Steve's debut novel Exodus was first published via Kindle at the beginning of January 2012. The novel's central character, Rhys Davies, is a detective in the Metropolitan Police and he will feature in the next three Rhys Davies novels with, hopefully, more to follow! The second Rhys Davies draft, provisionally entitled The Cleaners, is already half completed and will be published in 2015. Steve is also working on two "self-help" books. As a qualified teacher, mentor and coach he is well positioned to bring his expertise to bear on a Motivational Leadership book (as yet untitled) which he is writing in conjunction with another mentor, coach and NLP practitioner. The other book is a solo effort which will provide practical and helpful tips and advice on getting started on your own writing career, from the conception of the plot to the full publication. Further down the line Steve is also working on the plot for two historical novels and is working through, in his head, an outline for a screenplay. Will Smith, I shall be in touch very soon!!!