Hell To Pay (Paperback)
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Hell To Pay (Paperback)

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Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 04/03/2004
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A boy's body is discovered on the shores of Kingsfield reservoir. Like the killer's previous two victims, there's no sign of violence, no fingerprints, nothing but two small puncture marks where the overdose of heroin was injected. Whoever is carrying out the attacks is careful, methodical and clever. Detective Inspector Alan Fielding is frantic to find the killer before another child is taken... In a run down house on a nearby estate, Nikki Reed knows only too well what the ominous knock on the front door means - the loan sharks want their money back, and if they don't get it, they're going to get nasty. But Nikki can't pay up - until her brother John comes up with a dangerous and high-risk scheme that could make all of them rich... Roma Todd's relationship with record company boss David is rife with deceit and deception, but the one thing that holds them together is their daughter Kirsten. And though Kirsten may seem like any other child, she suffers from an extraordinary illness, one that without her medication can unleash a bizarre and deadly trail of horror... All desperate people running out of time. When their worlds collide, there'll be hell to pay...

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780751535877
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 204 g
Dimensions: 122 x 179 x 25 mm
Edition: Digital original


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Pelecano s' new book, Hell To Pay, demonstrates that, as a key player in the film production company that creates the quirky movies of the Coen Brothers, he can give that duo a run for their money when it comes to bizarrely fractured narratives and idiosyncratic dialogue. This exhilarating piece marks another appearance for private investigators Derek Strange and Terry Quinn, who tread the meaner streets of Washington in the course of their dangerous work. * An apparently senseless death rocks the capital, and Strange finds himself personally involved in a bitter hunt for the killers. As he closes in, Derek finds the very tenets that guide his existence on the line, and only he can resolve a conflict that inv *
Potter swung the gun so quickly that it lost its shape in the light. He slashed it across the brow of the man, the blow knocking the cap off his head. The man's hand went to his face, blood seeping through his fingers immediately and he stumbled back agai * Barry Forshaw, AMAZON.CO.UK REVIEW *
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“Hell to Pay”

This book kept me in suspense and i felt the urge to read on and on. I woudl definately recomend this book to anyone who enjoys a horror. I would however, point out that the ending maybe could have been a bit more... More

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6th February 2007
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