Stop Me: The thrillingly tense page-turner (Paperback)
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Stop Me: The thrillingly tense page-turner (Paperback)

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Paperback 386 Pages / Published: 25/01/2010
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Leo Sharpe's life is shattered when his wife Laura suddenly disappears. His desperate need to find her turns to obsession when he becomes convinced she's the latest victim of The Vacation Killer who has claimed eleven lives already - is Laura going to be the twelfth? The MO is the same every time - a woman disappears and within hours inboxes around the world receive a threatening email. A few days later, grim evidence of the victim's death is delivered to the police. But in Laura's case, nothing is sent. Has the killer spared her life? Why? And for how long? For Leo, the clock is ticking.he needs to do everything in his power to stop the killer before it's too late.

Publisher: Allison & Busby
ISBN: 9780749007133
Number of pages: 386
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 26 mm

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“Excellent debut novel”

It's fitting that this novel has IT as a key factor in its plotting as that is how I "stumbled" across it. Richard Jay Parker was garnering a lot of interest and some very positive reviews on Twitter so... More

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“Do you forward email?”

I found this book really enjoyable, readable and unputdownable despite the synopsis. The synopsis for this book leads you to believe this book is about email circulating from a killer. As an ex-IT manager I had... More

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