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    Gripping, dark, chilling

    Killer's Diary grabbed hold of me from the first page and hung on relentlessly until it finally released me at the very end. Along the way, I had an exciting, dark journey into the mind of a killer. But who was it? I thought I had it all neatly worked out, and that made me suspicious. I couldn't be right. But it all added up to me being right. But then... The author is a master at gripping psychological suspense. His complex characters and their disturbed, difficult lives meant every one of them had secrets, dark memories and hidden agendas. I was drawn in completely and glad of a lengthy train journey so I could carry on reading undisturbed. One of the best novels I have read this year. I can't fault it.
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    Killer's Diary

    I thoroughly enjoyed the novel. I was immedately captivated and as I read I became so engrossed and invested that at the three quarter mark, I ended up doing something I have never considered in my numerous years of reading novels... I skipped all the way to the ending and uncovered the identity of the killer. I had to, the nervous anticipation was too much to endure, Then I went back and read the rest of the novel, in order, enjoying the sections I'd omitted as much as I previously had, minus the unbearable impatience. I'Il be looking up this author.
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