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The Songbird Girls. Richard Parker. Murder Game. Caroline Mitchell. The Confession. McCrery's excellent use of very vivid vocabulary leaves the reader in no doubt that not only is the torture, drilling through the victims knee and elbow joints to the bone marrow, excruciatingly painful but the victim is beyond terrified and realises there is nothing she can do to avoid her fate. Action then switches to Mark Lapslie at a conference about security in Islamabad, Pakistan.
He is scheduled to give a presentation but isn't looking forward to it that much. Thanks to his timely receipt of a sound file, containing the loud and terrified screaming of an unknown woman, he is saved from his presentation and races back to the UK to start the investigation. Such is McCrery's skill with words that what Lapslie is to discover during the course of the book will make your blood run cold. There is one particularly Hellraiser -esque scene, involving tightly-strung piano-wire, that is especially nasty.
In short, this book is fantastic! It meets all of my criteria for a good read well written, interesting and with an unexpected twist and is all the more interesting for me as it is rare to read a book set in Chelmsford, Canvey Island and the surrounding area - my home turf.