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Mind the Killer-bookcover

By: Gary Powell

Mind the Killer

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In the heart of London’s sprawling underground, DI Ryan McNally and DS Marcia Frost of the British Transport Police Major Investigations Team find themselves unravelling the threads of a cold case two decades old. The skeletal remains unearthed at Lambeth North station set the stage for a chilling narrative that plunges deep into the heart of unsolved murder.Just as the pieces seem to fall into place, a sinister new mystery unfurls. A string of female suicides across various underground locations emerges to be a mask for a darkly orchestrated series of murders. As McNally’s team delves deeper, the eerie connection between the cold case and the recent murders grows impossible to ignore.As McNally and Frost wade through the life stories of the victims, desperate to unearth the elusive link binding them, they find themselves spiralling closer to a deadly climax that threatens to engulf them whole.Mind the Killer offers a relentless narrative pace set against the backdrop of a unique policing environment that courses through the veins of London’s underground. With each chapter, shocking twists uncoil, leading to a jaw-dropping finale that reverberates through the very last sentence. The book isn’t just a tale of murder and intrigue, but a chilling journey into the core of fear and the unyielding grasp of vengeance.

Gary Powell is a former London detective who served with the British Transport Police, retiring after thirty-three years’ service. He is a frequent public speaker on his favourite subject: Britain’s criminal history. He is also a guide at St Paul’s Cathedral. He now lives in North Norfolk with his wife, Karen.

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  • Ken Ward

    Read this book after seeing an article regarding it in a magazine. Very good story, enjoyable and the characters were very believable. Was interesting reading a crime novel set within the London Underground system, and how the transport police dealt with it. Would like to know if there are more planned.

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