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it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
When the mutilated body of popular music superstar Ryan Watson is discovered in the suburban apartment of two drug-addled and blood stained local youths both police and press have a field day.
KIDNAPPED! BEATEN! RAPED! KILLED! EATEN! screams the hyperbolic headline in one tabloid newspaper.
A clearer cut case of murder, then, it
Published March 22nd 2013
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Abbie Foxton
Nov 30, 2013 Abbie Foxton rated it it was amazing
The mere suggestion of one of my favourite songs in a book title had me purchasing yet another Indie. Author Max Frick, is a wonderful storyteller. He has that gift of rich description, extravagant details, a hybrid - PG Wodehouse meets Irvine Welsh without the heavy locution. Though, Debaser is not without a certain lilt. It only takes a few pages and you immediately get a sense of the place, the humour and mood, the hearts of its inhabitants.

Debaser is a totally mashed murder mystery. It dives
G.M. Fisk
May 23, 2013 G.M. Fisk rated it it was amazing
Debaser by Max Frick was superlatively written and undeniably bulging at the spine with stark imagery easily reminiscent of the likes of King and Herbert. Only the brave should venture into Frick's cleverly construed world of murder and accusation.
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Max Frick was born in Scotland where he spent more than half of his life thus far in a new town not dissimilar to the one depicted in his novel Debaser. At the age of twenty-five, seeking something a little more fulfilling than the drudgery and routine that his hometown had to offer, he upped sticks and moved to Prague in the Czech Republic, where he imagined artists and bohemians drank freely and ...more
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