'He was only a pupil, learning from a master who was uncompromising about the rules of the game he had invented. Normally he obeyed them, but with her the temptation had been too strong. Otherwise he was an adept pupil, becoming more skilled every time. This one would be his best, he was certain. Perhaps tonight he might...even...kill her.' Having survived a terrifying attack as part of an investigation, Sergeant Louise Nightingale retreats to her remote family cottage to lick her wounds, comforted in the knowledge that her attacker is behind bars. But when a serial killer starts terrorising the country, her colleague, DCI Andrew Fenwick, questions whether or not they have the right man. For Nightingale, the true nightmare has only just begun...Spine-tingling suspense with a dark underbelly of psychological terror - this is a book you will not dare put down.
- Paperback | 720 pages
- 111.8 x 170.2 x 48.3mm | 362.87g
- 25 Jun 2007
- ALLISON & BUSBY
- London, United Kingdom
- New edition
- New edition
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About Elizabeth Corley
ELIZABETH CORLEY was born and brought up in West Sussex. Married, with a stepdaughter, she manages to balance her passion for crime-writing with a successful position as Chief Executive, Europe for a global investment company, dividing her time between London, Germany and France. A one-time committee member and vice-chairperson of the Crime Writers' Association, Elizabeth is an active member of the organisation yet still finds the time to pursue her outside interests of travel, gardening and music.