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The Last Whisper in the Dark

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LastWhisperintheDarkIs your brother a deranged serial killer? No? Well you can’t have everything in life. Terry Rand has. His brother Collie ticked all the psychotic and homicidal boxes. But even though Collie has been disposed of via lethal injection, there remain too many family complexities in Terry Rand’s life for life to be easy. He bestrides a world of burglary, violence and embezzlement.

If you are a dog lover, then the cockles of your heart will be warmed by the fact that Tom Piccarilli has named all his main characters after breeds of dog. Even if you are a cat person, there is enough skulduggery going on here to bypass your nine lives preference. Our reviewer is obviously in the canine camp. His verdict? The Last Whisper in the Dark would get Best In Show. Read our full review.


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