Nathan Ripley: Find You in the Dark



Martin Reese, loving family man, obsessive stalker. But he has that stalking thing under control, in a way that’s quite unusual.

Reese researches and locates the buried bodies of a serial killer. He leaves just enough of the victim exposed so that, when he calls police to tell them he’s done their work for them yet again, they can easily find the body.

With interview recordings and copies of the file obtained from a disgruntled cop, Reese is on top of the game. Until of course…

Ominous, tense, eerie – have fun with Find You in the Dark.

~ June Lorraine

MurderinCommon.com is a Feedspot Top100 Crime Fiction Blog

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9 comments

  1. Sounds like a creepy but good book!

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  2. Oooo this sounds like just my cuppa tea. I’m forever reading American crime thrillers, so I’ll have to check this out as I hadn’t come across the author before. Thanks for sharing 🙂
    Caz x

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  3. Now that is a different approach the author took with the protagonist.

    Like

  4. The link doesn’t work on this.

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