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Mark Roberts

Day of the Dead



Vindici is a hero to many. He is also the nation's most dangerous criminal… A gripping serial killer thriller, perfect for fans of Angela Marsons.

The man who calls himself Vindici broke out of prison last year. Now he's filmed himself torturing and killing paedophiles in Liverpool's affluent suburbs. Half the city are celebrating: the streets are safer for their children. But for DCI Eve Clay and her team at the Merseyside Police, it's a nightmare. Their job is to solve the crimes and lock up the killer — hard enough without being despised by the public they are trying to protect.

And now, just when they think they've cracked the case, they receive a photo of Vindici, at a Day of The Dead parade in Mexico. So if Vindici is 5,000 miles away, who are they hunting in Liverpool? DCI Eve Clay must draw on all her cunning to unmask a killer who is somehow always one step ahead…
396 printed pages
Publication year
2017
Publisher
Head of Zeus
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    monty hhas quoted2 months ago
    d her birth certificate and hid it in the pocket of her jeans.

    As the office door opened behind her, Eve watched a pair of paramedics carrying a man in his twenties on a stretcher. He was covered from the neck down by a blue blanket, a mop of blond curls framing his bloodstained face.

    ‘Eve, what are you doing at the window?’ Mrs Tripp sounded confused and panic-stricken but disguised it by filling her voice with bogus compassion.

    ‘I’m doing exactly what you told m
    The Khanshas quoted3 months ago
    Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks,
    But bears it out even to the edge of doom.
    If this be error and upon me proved,
    I never writ, nor no man ever loved.
    Ibrahim Albassamhas quotedlast year
    left the office

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