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From Inside the House - cover

From Inside the House

WD Jackson-Smart

Publisher: Bloodhound Books

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“This one deserves a thousand stars . . . THE BEST BOOK I’VE READ . . . blown me away . . . Amazing!!” —Amazon reviewer, five starsA police detective follows a trail of gruesome murders through London—while someone else follows him—in this dark thriller by the author of The Demons Beneath. Two victims. Brutally murdered in their own home. Body parts taken. DI Daniel Graves faces his toughest challenge yet when he is given a murder case with no motive and no suspect. Then the next victims are discovered. Again, in their own home. More body parts taken. Someone is breaking into houses across the city at night, leaving horror in their wake. It seems to Graves this could be two serial killers, working together. But how are they choosing their victims? Is any house in London a target? Is anyone safe? Meanwhile, a journalist’s obsessive pursuit of the story to further her career threatens to do more harm than good—and someone is targeting Graves personally, seeking revenge . . .Praise for the DI Graves series “Panic inducing moments.” —Scream magazine  “[Jackson-Smart] lures readers in and holds them.” —Online Book Club
Available since: 08/17/2022.
Print length: 282 pages.

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