The greater the evil, the more deadly the game...
When Emma awakens in total darkness, she is aware of her nakedness. Injuries. A bed not her own. A blindingly bright light suddenly pierces the blackness and a disembodied male voice calls her "Venus". Venus - the goddess of love, beauty, sex and desire. He says she is "Venus Six". What does this predator want from her? Can she outwit the masked man who demands to be called "Master"? Or will he be looking for Venus Seven?
Detective Inspector Gravel finds himself floundering when a local nineteen-year-old university student is abducted and imprisoned by a sadistic serial killer who has already tortured and killed at least five young women.
A gripping page-turner of a serial killer thriller packed with suspense. If you like Rachel Abbott, Angela Marsons and Robert Bryndza, discover John Nicholl's chilling new thriller today.
How far would you go to save your life?
Praise for Portraits of the Dead:
'Another brilliant offering. Portraits of the Dead is a gripping thriller with more than a few surprises.' By The Letter Book Reviews
'Brilliant. With this tense, harrowing, edge of your seat tale John Nicholl triumphs again. Very well written, this is story telling at its honest, unflinching best.' Renita D'Silva - Bestselling Author
'Portraits of the Dead is a serial killer thriller that will chill you to the bone. I will read anything by this author. He is that good!' Sue Leonhardt - Top Rated Goodreads Reviewer
'I could not put this novel down! Disturbing and compelling, an edge-of-the-seat story. John Nicholl is a fresh innovative and powerful new voice in crime fiction.' The Book Revue Cafe
'Ingenious and blood-curdling. The story is very gripping and tense. A clever original plot, great characters, non-stop tension and a very satisfying ending.' Relax and Read Book Reviews
'As far as thrillers go, this one is a great one!' Lady Erynn's Reviews
'I remember his first book, his second book and now I will remember this one. They are 'stand out from the crowd' books for sure. Disturbing, enthralling and a really gripping read. I love it!' Read Along With Sue
'A serial killer chiller not to be missed! Another brilliant book from the pen of John Nicholl. Highly recommended reading.' Booklover Catlady Reviews
'Fantastic well written story. I highly recommend this book.' Cheekypee Book Blog
Praise for White is the Coldest Colour:
'One of the best psychological thrillers I've ever read.' The Book Review Cafe
'The writing is superb, I was totally gripped by this psychological thriller.' Read Along with Sue
'Confident crime writing at its best. A must read for lovers of very dark crime.' Northern Crime
'One of the best psychological thrillers I've read.' Carissa Backherms - Bestselling Author
'One of the most disturbing psychological thrillers I have read. I literally could not tap to the next page on my kindle quick enough. If you are a lover of dark psychological suspense thrillers, you will not be able to put it down.' By The Letter Book Reviews
Praise for When Evil Calls Your Name:
'If you like psychological suspense thrillers, this is as good as it gets.' Frank Scozzari - Bestselling Author
'Brilliantly written, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend both books.' Little Bookness Lane
' A superbly written thriller. Dark, gritty, and gripping. I cannot recommend it highly enough.' Louise Mullins - Bestselling Author
'Thought-provoking, dark, and completely magnetic reading from start to finish.' Tome Tender Book Revue
'A brilliantly written book that really spoke to me.' Renita D'Silva - Bestselling Author
Number of pages: 324
Weight: 478 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 18 mm