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By Craig Larsen

At the foggy streets of Seattle, a serial killer referred to as the road Butcher is terrorising the town. Newspaper photographer Nick Wilder is familiar with seeing grotesque murder scenes. but if the road Butcher claims Nick's brother his newest casualty, the case all of sudden turns into very own. decided to discover his brother's killer, Nick stumbles right into a dizzying labyrinth of deceit and possibility. As he digs deeper, Nick discovers his personal prior holds a key to unmasking a smart, diabolical psychopath. however the actual factors in the back of the murders are as chilly and stark as Seattle's winters - and masses extra blood will spill sooner than Nick learns the scary truth."Excellent - every thing an exceptional mystery should still be."--Lee Child"Larsen takes you right into a annoying international of intimate risk and darkish passion."--Harlan Coben"Harrowing and twisted, Mania takes readers on a gloomy trip of bone-chilling terror. this can be a white knuckle read!"--Gregg Olsen"In Mania, Craig Larsen faucets into the private terrors locked in our cracked minds. there's actual evil the following, mixed with the best of all fears, that the evil we worry such a lot is living in our personal hearts. a quick and exciting debut."--William Lashner"One of the main striking mystery debuts of 2009."

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Outside, it was crisp and cold. There weren’t any buildings along this stretch of the road. The landscape was barren and gray. The trees that lined the bank of the river had lost their leaves, and their branches looked naked and sharp. Nick walked the rest of the way to the flat, nondescript bridge. Down beneath him by the river, a team of policemen were sealing off the area, running police tape from stakes they had planted in the wet soil. Even though their light was no longer necessary, a few of them were still carrying flashlights, the lamps burning yellow holes into the thin fog.

Com For my brother who has been my cornerstone and who has blazed all my trails Contents PART 1 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 PART 2 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 PART 3 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 PART 4 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19 Chapter 20 Chapter 21 Chapter 22 Chapter 23 PART 5 Chapter 24 Chapter 25 Chapter 26 Chapter 27 Chapter 28 Chapter 29 Chapter 30 Chapter 31 Chapter 32 Chapter 33 PART 6 Chapter 34 Chapter 35 Chapter 36 Chapter 37 Chapter 38 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS PART 1 chapter 1 The murder seemed to unfold out of step with time.

Yeah. ” Sheila smiled beneath her oily mask. Walking on, Nick flinched a little, trying to erase the image of Sheila’s awkward approach from his mind. Back at his car, he looked up at the sky as he kicked off some of the mud caked to the soles of his shoes. In the last week, the weather had turned. It had gone from late summer to autumn. The rains would get heavier soon, the nights would get longer and colder. Without the sun, the chill would never fully leave the air. The sight of the mutilated corpse had shaken him.

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