Crime, Female Detectives, Mystery, Thriller
Tony Hill & Carol Jordan, Book # 1
August 24, 2017 August 28, 2017
This was the summer he discovered what he wanted at a gruesome museum of criminology far off the beaten track of more timid tourists. Visions of torture inspired his fantasies like a muse. It would prove so terribly fulfilling.
The bodies of four men have been discovered in the town of Bradfield. Enlisted to investigate is criminal psychologist Tony Hill. Even for a seasoned professional, the series of mutilation sex murders is unlike anything he's encountered before. But profiling the psychopath is not beyond him. Hill's own past has made him the perfect man to comprehend the killer's motives. It's also made him the perfect victim.
A game has begun for the hunter and the hunted. But as Hill confronts his own hidden demons, he must also come face-to-face with an evil so profound he may not have the courageor the power to stop it...
About the Book
Apparently a TV show was made from this series, but I didn’t know… that’s quite strange for a TV addict like me.
The book starts in Italy, my country (quite surprised because I didn’t know about it or didn’t remember, I do buy books like they are water and leave them in my e-Reader while I finish others) and I didn’t know it was so old (likewise, I don’t look at the publishing date when I buy books), it still had Lira as currency! Moreover it still had floppy disks and some of you may even not know what they are…
This is a meme held on Kathryn’s blog Book Date! Click the image to go to the website. But what is this about? Each Monday you have to post what you’ve read, books you’ve reading and books you will finish at some point in the future.
So here my list:
This week question:
How many book clubs do you belong to? If you do belong to an in-person book club, do you have meetings in the day or evening? Do you meet at someone’s house or meet at a local restaurant or coffee house? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver’s Reviews)
None. It’s not a big thing here in Italy I think…