Sentence: 'Do you like the dark, Matt?'
years ago, three boys were murdered, and the suspected killer
died in a hit-and-run, but Michael Ballard wasn't convinced.
Now a DCI, Ballard receives an unmarked enveloped with a photo
of the crime scene before the murders. More photos, including
of Michael's private life, and a murder, raises questions
of a copycat, or did the original killer not die after all.
This is one of those rare books in which one can become so
absorbed, one forgets to take notes. Ergo, one of the shortest
is very good at creating red herrings, nerve-racking tension,
and good action. It's nice to have a protagonist who is fallible;
no super cop here.
the Past" has writing that is very visual with exciting
action sequences, and a surprising ending. Ellis is an author
to explore further.