Review published on November 24, 2016.
This is a gripping, tense, edge-of-your-seat thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end.
A spate of gruesome murders in Liverpool are of even more importance than usual to the police. It’s their own officers who are being picked off, one by one, with a gruesome message left at each murder scene. DS Nathan Cody, a former undercover agent, is on the case, while also dealing with his own demons, and it’s not until the very end that all becomes clear, both the truth behind his former life and the sinister reason behind the killing spree…
Helen Ames 4/5
A Tapping at My Door by David Jackson
Zaffre 9781785761089 pbk Sep 2016
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