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Publisher Description

Two stalkers, one target! A Scottish suspense thriller in the popular Tartan Noir genre, featuring Scottish detective, DS Bill Murphy, in the first book of the Dundee Crime Series, a police procedural with a difference.

A mysterious stranger, a deranged and dangerous individual, who has killed before, arrives in Dundee, with a mission to find a new Chosen One to punish. The voices in his head lead him to Nicole, a ruthless business woman with a weakness for men. He stalks her and watches her every move.

One of Nicole’s paramours is found hanged and everyone assumes he has committed suicide. However, his estranged wife, Julie, does not believe this and blames his death on Nicole. Obsessed with the need to punish the woman responsible for her husband's death, Julie befriends her and gains her confidence. When Nicole senses she is being watched, Julie builds on her fears with mind games while she awaits her chance to wreak her revenge.

Two stalkers with one target, but who will exact punishment on Nicole first? And will Nicole have to pay for her misdemeanors?

Will Julie’s mind games drive Nicole over the edge into madness? And what price will Julie have to pay for her obsession?

Only the Night Watcher knows!

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2011
March 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
420
Pages
PUBLISHER
Chris Longmuir
SIZE
482.9
KB

Customer Reviews

Kasia Kossak ,

Entertaining and chilling

This is a complex and well crafted tale, beautifully put together - full of a sense of foreboding, with expertly drawn, fully realised characters in a setting I know well - Dundee - but a city which here can become full of menace. There are many unexpected twists and turns in this tale but it is never less than entertaining - and always chilling in the best possible sense. You won't be disappointed

Magic Mur ,

Night Watcher

Chris Longmuir's excellent crime thriller is the page turner to beat all page turners. But please heed this warning. Do not start reading until you have checked all the locks and drawn the curtains. The strange noises outside and the moving shadows might just be the branches of the trees waving in the wind – but you can never be sure. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to all crime lovers.

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