A young girl disappears after escaping from a religious orphanage, and another is caught on grainy film being abducted as her family home burns down.
While investigating the missing girls, Karl Kane catches a glimpse of a demon from his past – could it be that Walter Arnold, the monster who raped and murdered his mother, is walking the streets again?
Kane is determined that this time he will face down his darkest fears and confront the evil killer.
Award-winning noir writer Sam Millar is in fine form in this, the fourth instalment in the Karl Kane series
'Extremely original, it is a chillingly gripping book.' Publishers Weekly on Bloodstorm
'A thriller that took my breath away' bleachhouselibrary on Blacks Creek
This amazing novel unleashes a torrent of savagery, made bearable by Irish author Millar's considerable literary gifts. These moments can leave readers reeling, all the while fully aware of just how talented a writer Millar is
Millar blends old-fashioned gumshoe noir with the latest in high technology to build a nail-biter that sneaks up on you
French edition cover