The Devil's Edge

The Devil's Edge

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The newspapers call them the Savages: a band of home invaders as merciless as they are stealthy. Usually they don't leave a clue. This time, they've left a body.

The first victim is found sprawled on her kitchen floor, blood soaking the terracotta tiles. Before long, another corpse is discovered, dead of fright. As the toll rises, it's up to DC Ben Cooper and DS Diane Fry to track down the killers. But the enemy isn't who they think it is. Beneath the sinister shadow of the mountain ridge called the Devil's Edge, a twisted game is in play - a game more ruthless than the detectives can imagine...

Packed with nerve-jangling suspense and moody atmosphere, The Devil's Edge is a thriller to rival the very best of Peter Robinson and Peter James.

Publisher: London : Sphere, c2011
ISBN: 9781847444806
Branch Call Number: BOOT
Characteristics: 344 p. ; 24 cm


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Aug 09, 2011

Great read. I agree with below reader. Very little of Diane Fry. Is Carol Villiers going to have a role in following books? hope so.

Aug 03, 2011

I love Stephen Booth's books and this is one of the best. Not quite as convoluted as some and as I am not a huge fan of DS Fry it was nice that she had a smaller role. Highly recommended.

Aug 02, 2011

Stephen Booth is a great storyteller and this is one of his best. Lyrical descriptions of the location and it's history and realistic, engaging characters make for a totally absorbing read.

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