Critics and writers are raving about Paul Cleaveas outstanding, internationally bestselling crime thrillers. Now experience three of them in this second ebook-only collection. The Cleaner: Joe isnat bothered by the daily news reports of the Christchurch Carver, who, they say, has murdered seven women. Joe knows for a fact that the Carver only killed six, and heas determined to find the copycat killer. Heall punish him for the one, then frame him for the other six. It's the perfect plan because he already knows he can outwit the police. A finalist for the prestigious Ned Kelly Award for Best Fiction in Cleaveas native New Zealand, The Cleaner is a chilling and darkly funny thriller that will leave you clamoring for his next. The Killing Hour: Imagine waking up covered in bloodabut itas not your blood. You canat remember a thing about the night before. The morning paper reports that two young women were brutally murdered. You recognize their names. Pieces of the night before come back to you through the haze. And now youare the suspect in their grisly deaths. Welcome to Charlieas world. In this heart-pounding thriller, only the dead know what happened last night. Combining gruesome thrills with clever twists and a heavy dose of devilish humor, Cleave keeps us guessing until the last page of this fantastic psychological thriller. Cemetery Lake: In a cold and rainy graveyard, private detective Theodore Tate is overseeing a routine exhumation. When doubts are raised about the identity of the body found in the coffin, the case takes a sinister turn, and dark, personal secrets that Tate thought were buried for good threaten to come to the surface. The first novel to feature Theodore Tate, the aquintessential flawed heroa (Kirkus Reviews), Cemetery Lake is at once a totally entertaining crime novel and an unforgettable drama about the universal battle against the darkness within.I couldna#39;t really say how they came into being, but they just did, one day thousands of teenagers driving expensivea#39;looking Japanese imported cars, some of the cars have subwoofers installed in the backs with bass as loud as cannon fire, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Paul Cleave Collection #2|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2013-09-10|