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Her Last Move (Paperback)
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Her Last Move (Paperback)

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Paperback 352 Pages / Published: 08/11/2018
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Publisher: Amazon Publishing
ISBN: 9781503948020
Number of pages: 352

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“A fantastically chilling read”

I have come across John Marrs before and several of my reader friends have recommended his books to me. I just haven’t had time to read one before. Sorry John. I was invited to take part in the blog tour for ‘Her... More

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“Hunting a serial killer”

A fascinating study of a psychotic serial Killer. One that is quite different from other novels dealing with similar themes in the sense that the actual killings by the murderer are described down to the last detail.... More

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“Unexpected and addictive.”

It's really hard to review this without giving away some of the things that make it so special. The main one being the three different perspectives, we actually get inside the killer's head, finding out his... More

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