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The Devil's Teardrop

ebook / ISBN-13: 9781848941687

Price: £8.99

ON SALE: 4th May 2000

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

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DEAVER. DANGEROUSLY GOOD.

9am, 31st December. A man gets onto the packed escalator of a metro station and fires a silenced machine gun through a paper bag. He escapes without being spotted in the chaos that follows.

A note is delivered to the mayor of Washington, D.C., demanding $20 million, or the writer will instruct the gunman to strike again, at 4 pm, 8 pm and midnight. The mayor decides to pay up. But then a man is killed in a hit and run accident – and his fingerprints match the ones on the note.

With the brains behind the operation dead, there’s no way of stopping the gunman killing again, and again, and again… The only evidence the FBI have is the note. And Parker Kincaid, forensic document expert, is the only man who can stop the killer. But he’s running out of time…

‘Deaver is a terrific storyteller, and he takes the reader on a rollercoaster of suspense, violence and mystery’ Daily Telegraph

Reviews

Deaver is a terrific storyteller, and he takes the reader on a rollercoaster of suspense, violence and mystery
Susanna Yager, Daily Telegraph
Jeffery Deaver's fiendish new suspense thriller . . . Amazing as it sounds, Deaver makes the intellectual puzzle the most thrilling part of his high-anxiety drama, which twists, turns and leaves us weak
The New York Times Book Review
Principal characters unusually vivid and sympathetic.... Rapidly paced, wholly engrossing tale
Publisher's Weekly
An engrossing thriller...cogent plotting, smooth characterisation and (best of all) psychological profiling of his villains is all nonpareil
The Times
Another winner
Crime Time review
A top-rate thriller that will have you reading well into the early hours of the morning
Bolton Evening News
The master of the plot twist is back
Coventry Evening Telegraph