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Knife Edge (DI Harland #2)

3.75  ·  Rating Details ·  52 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
He didn't intend to let her get so close.

But now that Kim's become important to him, Robert Naysmith decides to tell his girlfriend his deadly secret. He wants her to recognise the power he holds.

He hopes he won't have to kill her.

Detective Inspector Harland hasn't forgotten the serial killer who got away from him. But with nothing to go on, he fears he will never bring hi
Hardcover, 416 pages
Published September 26th 2013 by Hodder & Stoughton
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Vicky (A Backpack Full of Adventures)
Fergus McNeill has been on my ‘top 10 favourite crime writers’ list ever since I read his debut, Eye Contact , last year. Needless to say the sequel, Knife Edge, was one of my most anticipated books of the year and I’m glad to say that McNeill didn’t disappoint. While Knife Edge seemed a bit slower paced than its predecessor, all in all I really enjoyed it.

The book pretty much starts where the previous one ended so it won’t make much (if any) sense if you haven’t read Eye Contact yet. Serial ki
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This is the sequel to book 1: "Eye Contact", which was terrific. This however, dragged to the point of skimming. What was the Editor doing?!
If the first two books were written as one debut book, it could have been a cracking thriller. Perhaps the author was ill-advised to separate into two volumes. There are sections of overly long description and introspection laying out every thought, second thought, coun
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Jun 12, 2015 Rebecca Bradley rated it it was amazing
I’ve been in a bit of a reading blip for about the past two months to be honest and where I was reading 2-3 books a week, I have been lucky to read 2 books in a month recently and reading this slowly affects how I interpret a book. I like to get into it and really feel it, but when you’re bitting and bobbing with it and never really getting a feel for it before you put it down again, it’s difficult to assess how you feel about it. That’s why there have been so few reviews from me of late.

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Fergus McNeill has been creating computer games since the early eighties, when he started writing interactive fiction titles. Over the following years he became well-known in the industry, both for his own content, and his adaptations of other authors’ material, including working with Terry Pratchett to create the first Discworld game.
Moving from interactive fiction to interactive movie adaptation
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