A Tapping at My Door
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Belletristik / Krimis, Thriller, Spionage
A deadly game of cat and mouse - and the police aren't the ones doing the hunting. A gripping new serial killer thriller from the bestselling author of Cry Baby
When police are called to a murder scene in the Liverpool suburbs, even the most jaded officers are disturbed by what they find.
DS Nathan Cody, still bearing the scars of an undercover mission that went horrifyingly wrong, is put on the case. But the police have no leads, except the body of the bird - and the victim's missing eyes.
And then the killer strikes again, and Cody realises the threat isn't to the people of Liverpool after all - it's to the police.
PRAISE FOR A TAPPING AT MY DOOR
'Cody is up there with the best in every sense . . . A thrilling series opener'
'A harrowing page-turner from a writer who seems to know your darkest fears. Terrific!' David Mark, bestselling author of Dark Winter
'The Liverpool setting makes for an interesting change, the characters are well drawn and the plot builds to a taut and tense conclusion. In all, a worthy addition to the annals of British detective fiction'The Sydney Morning Herald
'The best crime fiction novel I've read. It's an outstanding book, and it's one that I am going to be recommending to everybody' Book Addict Shaun
'A deliciously dark and compelling investigation . . . a well-executed thriller, with plenty of scope and a firm foundation for a projected series' Raven Crime Reads
'I was sucked in and had tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat. At other points, I just couldn't turn the pages fast enough. Jackson's writing is flawless' Rebecca Bradley, Murder Down to A Tea
Webley, serial killer, Liver Building, The Wirral, Liverpool, cop killer, Hillsborough, birds, Cry Baby, Edgar Allan Poe, Football, torture, Anfield, Nathan Cody, Callum Doyle, murder