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Birthdays for the Dead: Ash Henderson Series, Book 1 - Ash Henderson (eBook)
  • Birthdays for the Dead: Ash Henderson Series, Book 1 - Ash Henderson (eBook)

Birthdays for the Dead: Ash Henderson Series, Book 1 - Ash Henderson (eBook)

eBook (ePUB) Published: 05/01/2012

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The Number One bestselling crime thriller from the award-winning Stuart MacBride. A bloody, brilliant and brutal story of murder, kidnap and revenge.

Detective Constable Ash Henderson has a dark secret...

Five years ago his daughter, Rebecca, went missing on the eve of her thirteenth birthday. A year later the first card arrived: homemade, with a Polaroid picture stuck to the front -- Rebecca, strapped to a chair, gagged and terrified. Every year another card: each one worse than the last.

The tabloids call him 'The Birthday Boy'. He's been snatching girls for twelve years, always in the run-up to their thirteenth birthday, sending the families his homemade cards showing their daughters being slowly tortured to death.

But Ash hasn't told anyone about Rebecca's birthday cards -- they all think she's just run away from home -- because if anyone finds out, he'll be taken off the investigation. And he's sacrificed too much to give up before his daughter's killer gets what he deserves...

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007344192

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“not his usual standard”

The character was totally despicable I did not enjoy reading this, not up to Stuart McBrides usual standard, I have read all his other books.which were very good.

Paperback edition
26th October 2013
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“Not my cup of blood”

A macabre and fast moving thriller, this is a great read for those who like their crime redolent with sex, brutality and violence. Stuart Macbride will never be noted for subtlty and in "Birthdays for the... More

Paperback edition
4th January 2012
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“Difficult read”

I have only got to page 15 and have given up. Difficult style and very hard to understand.

eBook edition
10th February 2012
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