A serial killer is being closely watched by one young boy. Barney knows the killer will strike again soon. The victim will be another boy, just like him. He will drain the body of blood, and leave it on a Thames beach. There will be no clues for detectives Dana Tulloch and Mark Joesbury to find. There will be no warning about who will be next. There will be no good reason for young policewoman Lacey Flint to become involved . . . And no chance that she can stay away.
Also out tomorrow is David Baldacci‘s The Hit, in which an assassin, Will Robie — from last year’s Baldacci bestseller The Innocent – is tasked with taking out another hit man, or in this case, hit lady. That’s out on kindle and in hardcover.
The James Patterson machine grinds out another bestseller tomorrow — Alex Cross, Run. In his twentieth adventure, Cross must nail not one, not two, but three killers. No wonder he’s having to move fast.
The Tower is the third in Simon Toyne‘s Sancti trilogy, following Sanctus and The Key. It promises a global conspiracy, possibly leading to the End of Days. The End of Days? I’m no theologian, but even I know that’s not good at all.
David Mark‘s Original Skin is published in hardcover and paperback, and as an e-book. It’s the follow-up to Dark Winter and features his cop with a troubled past DS Aector McAvoy. Original Skin is available as hardback, paperback and e-book. Behold the blurb!
Simon and Suzie are two pleasure seekers defined by their flamboyant tattoos. Peter Tressider is a politician on the fast track to the top. DS Aector McAvoy is a policeman with scars to his body and career.Each is marked in their own way. And soon each will be branded by the same sinister foe.
Something, as they say, for everybody.