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Birthdays for the Dead (Paperback)
  • Birthdays for the Dead (Paperback)

Birthdays for the Dead (Paperback)

Paperback Published: 30/08/2012
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The Number One bestselling crime thriller from the award-winning Stuart MacBride. A bloody, brilliant and brutal story of murder, kidnap and revenge. Detective Constable Ash Henderson has a dark secret...Five years ago his daughter, Rebecca, went missing on the eve of her thirteenth birthday. A year later the first card arrived: home-made, with a Polaroid picture stuck to the front - Rebecca, strapped to a chair, gagged and terrified. Every year another card: each one worse than the last. The tabloids call him 'The Birthday Boy'. He's been snatching girls for twelve years, always in the run-up to their thirteenth birthday, sending the families his home-made cards showing their daughters being slowly tortured to death. But Ash hasn't told anyone about Rebecca's birthday cards - they all think she's just run away from home - because if anyone finds out, he'll be taken off the investigation. And he's sacrificed too much to give up before his daughter's killer gets what he deserves...

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007344208

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“not his usual standard”

The character was totally despicable I did not enjoy reading this, not up to Stuart McBrides usual standard, I have read all his other books.which were very good.

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26th October 2013
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“Not my cup of blood”

A macabre and fast moving thriller, this is a great read for those who like their crime redolent with sex, brutality and violence. Stuart Macbride will never be noted for subtlty and in "Birthdays for the... More

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4th January 2012
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“An easy and exciting read”

This book was an easy read and the storyline was simple to follow. Although I overall enjoyed the book, I felt that the first and last third of the book were really good but the middle section was a little slow and... More

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17th June 2012
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