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A serial killer is on the loose in Northern England, arrogantly discarding his many victims like so much unwanted garbage in the countryside and meres of the beautiful, but wild and often lonely English Lake District. Detective Chief Inspector Kate Hoagan, feted national heroine and pride of the small, Cumbria police force, is charged with stopping the murders by bringing the killer to justice but the perpetrator is clever, very clever and despite her and her team’s best endeavours, Hoagan finds herself confronting not only a ruthlessly cunning predator and slayer of young women, but also the sexist bigotry endemic to the era and the very active and omnipresent demons of her own, extremely violent, past.
Set in 1993, against a backdrop of the Irish ‘Troubles’, Mindhunter takes the reader on a journey into the, American pioneered, early days of forensic psychological offender profiling and the dark and terrifying mind of a ruthless and highly intelligent multiple murderer.
Not a novel for the faint-hearted.

GÉNERO
Misterio y suspense
PUBLICADO
2013
5 de abril
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
368
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Len Cooke
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