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Bloodstorm
Bloodstorm
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BOOK DETAILS

  • Paperback
  • Feb.08.2008
  • 9780863223754

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Karl Kane is a private investigator with a dark past. As a child, he witnessed the brutal rape and murder of his mother. The same man sexually molested Karl, leaving him for dead with horrific knife wounds covering his body. Years later, Karl has a chance to avenge his mother’s murder by killing the man responsible. The opportunity arises on one unforgettable Good Friday night. For reasons he later regards as cowardice, Karl allows the opportunity to slip through his hands, only to be shattered when, two days later, two young girls are sexually molested and then brutally murdered by the killer on Easter Sunday morning. Karl now holds himself responsible for their deaths.
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Karl Kane is a private investigator with a dark past. As a child, he witnessed the brutal rape and murder of his mother. The same man sexually molested Karl, leaving him for dead with horrific knife wounds covering his body. Years later, Karl has a chance to avenge his mother’s murder by killing the man responsible. The opportunity arises on one unforgettable Good Friday night.

For reasons he later regards as cowardice, Karl allows the opportunity to slip through his hands, only to be shattered when, two days later, two young girls are sexually molested and then brutally murdered by the killer on Easter Sunday morning. Karl now holds himself responsible for their deaths.

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About Sam

 

An award-winning crime writer of numerous true and fictional best-selling crime books. Dark Souls, On The Brinks, The Redemption Factory (short listed to the last six for Grand Prix de littérature policière, France’s most prestigious crime...

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Published Reviews

Sep.02.2011

 “Naked…for years on end in a freezing cell…beatings…whatever…Millar went through it all.”

Sep.02.2011

 

 “While most writers sit in their study and make it up, Sam Millar has lived it and every sentence in his new novel, The Redemption Factory, evokes a searing truth about men,...