Publisher Description

For fans of crime, mystery and detective, and police-procedurals, this is a must read.
A startling, gripping crime thriller from one of the UK’s top new authors. A real page turner that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very, last, line.
Two teachers are murdered, with the first killing publicly played out before hundreds of horrified spectators, and the other victim found dead only hours later.
Having just returned to duty from his recent suspension, DCI McKenzie (Say You’re Sorry & The Assassin’s Gift) quickly discovers he’s dealing with a sick but highly intelligent serial killer.
With a school reunion planned for that same night, in a race against time, McKenzie and his small team of investigators must use all their skills to track down the killer before more depraved murders take place, and more teachers from the school die. But as the hours roll by and the death toll mounts, McKenzie finds himself facing a genius mystery criminal who is always one step ahead of the police and somehow anticipating their every move. In the days that follow, the school campus becomes a maze of rooms and tunnels where new murders are discovered, and the death toll mounts.
With surprising twists and turns at every stage, this is a ‘classic whodunnit ‘ that will keep you guessing to the very end. Can you spot who the killer is, or will they get away with the perfect murders?
Remember me? You’ll never forget it!

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2020
July 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
223
Pages
PUBLISHER
Ian C.P. Irvine
SIZE
245.3
KB

Customer Reviews

Sweeneytodd58 ,

Remember me

Great thriller shame it finished short, thought it had great potential for a movie
Steve

Disneyqueen24 ,

Remember me

I didn’t want to read half a book and then not be able to get the other half. Great book but so disappointed.

lots8 ,

Incomplete

This is a good read, as far as it goes, but does not constitute a "book", as no part of the story reaches a conclusion. It should be "Part One", not "Book One". A bit of a cheat, I feel.

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