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When NYPD detective Callum Doyle’s partner is murdered, and then his replacement is also brutally killed, suspicion falls on Doyle himself. Then he receives an anonymous message: This is just the beginning. Anyone he gets close to will die - and that includes his family.

Desperate to find out who is responsible, but with his every move putting others in danger, Doyle has to ask himself: how low would he sink in order to get his life back?

©2011 David Jackson (P)2013 W F Howes Ltd

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  • Nigel
  • 01-23-15

Series that could have legs

As a fan of crime thrillers and especially Roy Grace, Harry Bosch and Logan McRae, I was looking for a new series to get into as I'm up to date with all the others. I was pleasantly surprised with this debut outing for Callum Doyle. This series shows promise and could develop into a long running winner for David Jackson. Already downloaded the next instalment. Keep them coming.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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  • S I.
  • 11-17-16

Disappointed after reading A Tapping at my Door

I thought I'd try this after really enjoying A Tapping at my Door by the same author. I can't believe it was written by the same man. Dont know if it's cause the first book was set in uk and read by an English narrator that I could relate to it more (I'm from uk), but the story, writing style and narration style just didn't draw me in. I found it a struggle to listen to and only sat it out so as not to waste a credit; in fact this is the first time I've increased listening speed as the standard speed added to the pain! After the first book I thought I'd discovered a new author to follow but don't think I'll try any more books now.

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  • Yazzie
  • 08-18-16

pariah

l found this book predictable and I became board of it very quickly. would not recommend.

2 of 5 people found this review helpful