Say Hello! to Goodreads Giveaway win #15, Killing Ways by Alex Barclay, a lovely paperback edition, with an amazing cover which looks much better in real life!
Whilst researching as much as I could about Alex, I came across a radio interview she gave a couple of years ago. After listening to her discussing one of the earlier books in the Ren Bryce series, I came to the conclusion that the back story may be so strong, that I might really need to go back and read the series in sequence.
Some of the amazing reviewers have however, indicated that the stories do work okay as stand alones, so I am going to dive right in and give this one a try 🙂
‘KILLING WAYS‘ (Ren Bryce, #5)
In her most shocking case yet, FBI Special Agent Ren Bryce takes on a depraved serial killer fueled by a warped sense of justice.
A master of evasion, each life he takes ramps up Ren’s obsession with finding him. Then one victim changes everything and brings Ren face to face with a detective whose life was destroyed by the same pursuit.
Together, can they defeat this monster? Or will he take them both down?
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Alex Barclay is the author of several bestselling thrillers. She was born in Dublin in 1974, studied journalism in college, and went on to work as a journalist and copywriter in the fashion and beauty industry.
In 2003 Alex, who had always believed she had a book in her, gave it all up to write her debut novel, Darkhouse, which became a Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller featuring NYPD detective Joe Lucchesi. This was followed by a sequel, The Caller.
Alex won the Ireland AM Crime Fiction Award at the Irish Book Awards for her third novel, Blood Runs Cold, which was the beginning of the Special Agent Ren Bryce series.
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