Every Breath You Take
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|Format: ||Paperback, 448 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 06 December 2007|
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He watches them from afar. He knows who they are and where they are. He is waiting in the dark... stranger stalks the streets of Houghton le Spring and he is getting too close for comfort for Detective Inspector Lorraine Hunt. elina, the daughter of Lorraine s partner, DS Luke Daniels, is a beautiful and wilful sixteen year-old with a dark past.Just as it seems she s finally getting back on her feet, she s attacked. Is Selina s past catching up with her? Or is there an even more sinister motive to the assault? efore long, Lorraine and Luke s worst fears are realised, and a body is found. A young woman, brutally murdered, her heart cut out, and in its place a single white rose. oon the White Rose Killer steps up his campaign. Is DI Hunt imagining it, or does he have a message specially for her? As he circles ever closer, nobody escapes suspicion and Lorraine faces her toughest case yet. The closer the killer gets, the more elusive he becomes. Lorraine faces her toughest case yet as her resources are tested to the limit by a killer with no conscience, no remorse. Just a pitiless hatred for the girls who inspire desire within him...
The next thrilling novel from the bestselling author of Run for Home and Bad Moon Rising
About the Author
Sheila started work at fifteen as a presser in Hepworths, a tailoring factory. She married at eighteen and had three daughters; Dawn, Janine and Diane and a younger son, Michael. Recently divorced, she now has eight grandchildren, and every Saturday and Sunday can be found at a football match for the Darlington Academy under thirteens and the Northern League. Sheila has lived in Houghton-le-Spring near Sunderland for thirty years.
"Quigley presses the fear button right from the start and keeps the tension cranked up high right up until the explosive climax" * Northern Echo * "Her prose is taut and her plots tight" * Daily Mirror * "The grandmother from Sunderland continues to astonish with her gritty and convincing crime stories" * Peterborough Evening Telegraph * "It's the stunning dichotomy of a normal, working-class, everyday cast and the very abnormal acts of terrifying evil that give Quigley's novels such a chilling edge of reality - and that's the scariest things of all" * Daily Record *
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