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By Jack Heath | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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A 14-year-old boy vanishes on his way home from school. His frantic mother receives a terrifying ransom call. It's only hours before the deadline, and the police have no leads.Enter Timothy Blake, codename Hangman. Blake is a genius, known for solving impossible cases. He's also a dangerous criminal... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
02 Jan 2018
Author(s)
Jack Heath
Publisher
Allen & Unwin
ISBN-13
9781760297473
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Pages
280
Format
Paperback
Release Date
02 Jan 2018
Author(s)
Jack Heath
Publisher
Allen & Unwin
ISBN-13
9781760297473
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Pages
280

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25 Jan 2018

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Hangman

A dark and twisted new novel that store owner Warwick recently read and gives us his review:
“A 14 year old boy vanishes on his way home from school. The police have no leads and no choice but to call Timothy Blake; codenamed Hangman. The man is a genius, intuitive, perceptive...and a psychopath. His deal with the police is for every life he saves, he gets to take one. But this time his monstrous appetite may go unsated as he may have met his match.
Jack Heath’s writing is beyond gritty, it will take you by the throat, chill you to the bone and maybe even make you feel a little ill. But...turn the page you must, again and again.
Quite brilliant”

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