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Dead and Gone

(2021)
(The second book in the DI Danny Flint series)
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Once they were the predators. Now they are the prey.

Nottinghamshire, 1986. Two bodies are discovered at different ends of the county. Both victims are men, and both have been tortured and mutilated.

The murders have clearly been committed by the same person – at both scenes, the walls are daubed with an identical series of letters and numbers, painted in the victim’s own blood.

Detective Chief Inspector Danny Flint, now in charge of the newly formed Major Crime Investigation Unit, is tasked with finding the killer.


As the body count rises, Flint and his team understand they are up against a predator who will strike again and again.

But it’s only when they decipher the sinister code left at the murder scenes that they realise they are in a race against time. And if they lose, the final victim will be one of their own…

Please note this book was first published as The Exodus Murders

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Genre: Mystery

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