Blurb; An anonymous call leads DI Nathan Quarrel and his team to a secluded house in a Hertfordshire village and a horrific discovery: three chest freezers containing the naked bodies of five women.
As the painstaking business of identifying the apparently unconnected victims gets underway, it becomes frighteningly clear that a sadistic serial killer has been at work, probably over a long period of time.
With no strong suspects, and no leads, unmasking the killer takes on a new urgency. Because the discoveries at what the media is calling a ‘house of horrors’ may not stop the killer, or even slow them down. Indeed, they may already have targeted their next victim.
My Review; This is book two in a series, but it read fine as a standalone for me. The prologue had me hooked. I devoured this book five bodies in three freezers. What the hell happened? I was playing Detective myself the whole time and never figured it out. A gripping, fast-paced, race against time story with many unexpected outcomes. Plenty of twists and turns, including the Detectives personal life & past event/tragedy. A real who done it. I enjoyed reading this. Would recommend. A well deserved four out of five stars.