Mimic (Hardback)Daniel Cole (author)
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THE STANDALONE THRILLER FROM THE MILLION-COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF RAGDOLL - SOON TO BE A MAJOR TV SERIES
'Clever, original and gripping' Rachel Abbott
DS Benjamin Chambers and DC Adam Winter are on the trail of a twisted serial killer with a passion for recreating the world's greatest works of art through the bodies of his victims. But after Chambers almost loses his life, the case goes cold - their killer lying dormant, his collection unfinished.
Jordan Marshall has excelled within the Metropolitan Police Service, fuelled by a loss that defined her teenage years. Obsessed, she manages to obtain new evidence, convincing both Chambers and Winter to revisit the case. However, their resurrected investigation brings about a fresh reign of terror, the team treading a fine line between police officers and vigilantes in their pursuit of a monster far more dangerous and intelligent than any of them had anticipated...
Praise for Daniel Cole:
'A brilliant, breathless thriller' M.J. Arlidge
'Superb thriller writing' Peter Robinson
'A star is born. Killer plot. Killer pace' Simon Toyne
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 580 g
Dimensions: 240 x 160 x 42 mm
Engaging characters and an inventively twisted killer. Races to a breathless conclusion * Simon Beckett *
The constant churn of serial killer novels can sometimes make you feel they are a sub-genre written largely by rote. Every so often though a writer comes along to remind you that they can force us to look at dark things we'd rather ignore. Daniel Cole is just such a writer; long may he go on making our flesh crawl. * ShotsMag *
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