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The Devil's Tea Party-bookcover

By: Paul Michael Campbell

The Devil's Tea Party

Pages: 260 Ratings: 5.0
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New York is being tormented by an artistically creative serial killer with a taste for beautiful brunettes and satanic symbolism. To catch a murderous mastermind, one man has learned how to think like a killer. That man is Jake Cannon, a handsome and gifted homicide detective with a reputation for breaking hearts and breaking the rules.

Desperate to protect the citizens of his beloved city, Jake turns to attractive young police psychologist Felicity Monroe, and flamboyant billionaire art mogul Damian Burgundy, to help him build a profile of the sadistic serial murderer known as ‘The Ladykiller’.

As Jake delves into the sexually depraved high society in which the Ladykiller stalks his prey, he soon realises that there is more to the recent wave of murders than meets the eye. To catch the killer, Jake must confront the demons of his own past, and uncover a sinister truth which threatens to tear his world apart!

Paul Michael Campbells debut thriller is a nail-biting feast of sex, suspense and explosive twists which will leave you on the edge of your seat! You are formally invited to The Devil's Tea Party.

Paul has interviewed many colourful individuals to add authenticity to his characters. Among them were a police psychologist, a Billionaire businessman who lives and works between London and Monaco, a homicide detective, artist Scott Greenwell also known as ‘dARC Artz’, a female escort, a lap dancer at a high end gentleman's club, a tattooist, a man who served time for murder, and notorious gangster Dave Courtney.

With over one hundred hours of body art hidden beneath his business suit, tattoos are his guilty pleasure and he once had a three page spread in well-known publication, ‘Total Tattoo Magazine.’ Whether he is writing about a steamy sexual encounter or a graphic murder, Paul listens to music before, and sometimes during a writing session to help set the mood.

Paul’s work has been described by readers as Fifty Shades meets Silence of the Lambs.

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  • R Findlay

    I was surprised to come across this number on here. I initially came across this book through a friend reading the previous edition. What a gripping novel as I follow the mind-bending, rollercoaster of emotions throughout the story trying to solve the puzzles with every bit of detail meticulously laid out for me to gorge at, now I'm back to it again, finding it impossible to finish my "Katsu Curry", after polishing off a bottle of pinot noir. I'm genuinely hooked and will get back to reality once the inevitable end draws to a close, or perhaps the wife might end it all if she's not fed correctly, who knows? C'est La Vie. 5 stars from me!

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