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Publisher's Summary

A gritty Scottish crime thriller featuring a very different kind of serial killer...

They suffer for his art.…

When a number of women are reported missing in Glasgow, the specter of a previous spate of unsolved disappearances in the city rears its head. Journalist Ray Bissett is drawn into the case when his daughter joins the ranks of the missing. Ambitious police detective Tom Kendrick won’t let Ray forget a terrible incident from his past that resulted in the death of a young boy.

Damaged lives and dark secrets…

The streets of Glasgow are haunted by the ghosts of the missing - and an artist driven by a deadly inspiration.

John Dodds is a Scottish writer best known for his crime, horror, and fantasy fiction. Of his numerous short stories, three received honorable mention in The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror anthology series.

©2012 John Dodds (P)2012 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"One of the most promising new writers I have read for some time. I highly recommend his work." (Michael Moorcock on Dr. North's Wound)
"A dark and intense story that veers spectacularly from crime to horror and packs a gigantic thwack of a twist at the end." (Stornoway Gazette)

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  • francis
  • 01-18-15

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missing detail. felt like the story was rushed.
intresting plot though. will do next books to fill a reading gap.