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In Amsterdam, four people are butchered in a canal house, their remains arranged around the crucified form of their patriarch, De Jaager: fixer, go-between, and confidante of the assassin named Louis. The men responsible for the murders are Serbian war criminals. They believe they can escape retribution by retreating to their homeland.
They are wrong.

For Louis has come to Europe to hunt them down: five killers to be found and punished before they can vanish into the east.
There is only one problem.
The sixth.

Reviews

A gripping crime thriller with elements of the horror and supernatural genres cleverly blended into the mix . . . Connolly uses language with a rather dry sardonic wit colouring his writing and often bringing a wry smile to the reader's face
The Afterword
Charlie Parker . . . is one of modern crime fiction's most popular creations, a unique combination of a man who has one foot in the temporal world and the other in the spirit world . . . dark and sometimes deeply unsettling
Irish Independent
Connolly has long held a reputation for writing the best villains, and they are no disappointment in The Nameless Ones
crimefictionlover.com
Another riveting thriller from Connolly, one of the world's greatest genre writers . . . a breathless international chase thriller and, as Connolly's legion of fans already know, you will gladly go without sleep in order to finish it
hotpress.com
Connolly makes all his characters, even the most evil, multifaceted, while keeping his audience on the edge of their seats . . . This is another intelligent and haunting nail-biter.
Publishers Weekly