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Danny McRae has set up as a private investigator - what else is a demobbed SOE agent to do now that the war is over? Elegant, upper-class Kate Graveney has made a shocking admission, and Danny needs to get her off the hook. It's a struggle. The head injury that gouged his memory of an entire mission to France also gives him blackouts. Plus, the news of a brutal killer stalking London's red light district is making him uneasy, and a visit from an old adversary awakens dark misgivings.

As the odds stack up, Danny finds himself running for his life across bomb-ravaged London. And the only escape is through that gap in his memory.

©2007 Gordon Ferris; (P)2008 Soundings

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Robbie MacNab is a Delight

Would you listen to Truth Dare Kill again? Why?

Yes. A complicated but interesting plot.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Truth Dare Kill?

The accounts of post-WWII shock therapy and psychiatric treatment are memorable.

Which scene was your favorite?

The phantom (illusion) friend distracts the Bad Cop.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Post Traumatic Stress shaped lives in the 1940s.

Any additional comments?

At many points in the novel, I felt that I had hold of real literature.