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Every Little Breath - A Tense Psychological Thriller Full of Twists - cover

Every Little Breath - A Tense Psychological Thriller Full of Twists

Keri Beevis

Publisher: Bloodhound Books

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Summary

A serial killer calls up a late-night radio DJ with a gruesome request in this psychological thriller by the author of Dying to Tell. 
 
How much could one phone call change your life? 
 
“Only you can save her. If she dies, it is your fault.” 
 
When radio presenter Casey Fallon answers a call, she assumes it is a prank. But when a woman’s body is discovered, she finds herself up against a calculating killer who wants her to find his victims before they take their last breath . . .  
 
Fifteen years ago, Casey was a key witness in the trial of serial killer Steve Noakes, and her evidence helped put him behind bars for the murders of five women. 
 
Someone remembers what happened that summer. Someone who is desperate for revenge.  
 
Someone who won’t stop until Casey has been punished . . .  
 
The perfect read for fans of authors like Clare Mackintosh, Cara Hunter, and Paula Hawkins.

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