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Twenty-Six Letters. But only one Killer? 

In 1989 the Alphabet Killer, Professor Rodney Boone, murdered eight students. The victims, ‘A’ to ‘H’, were each found with their surname initial carved into their neck. Victim nine narrowly escaped and the murderer was left to burn to death.

Eight years later and rookie police officer, Rebecca Angell, is thrown headlong into assisting a murder investigation. A body is found floating in the sewer, bearing the initial ‘J’. The investigators are convinced they are dealing with a copycat killer, but Boone’s body was never recoveredโ€ฆ

As Angell scrambles to uncover the truth, the body count continues to rise, and it soon becomes apparent that the killer is intent on completing the alphabetโ€ฆ


Keri Beevis has knocked it out of the park yet again with this masterpiece of a mystery thriller.

This story had all the elements needed for a great story. So many unanswered questions.
Did Rodney survive the fire?
Is he back to continue with alphabet?
Who are his brothers? Where are they now?
Is there a copycat serial killer?

I really enjoyed this story, the action and mystery is non stop throughout. There’s always a new mystery or connection at every turn.

You’ll be a fool to not get this book. I loved the fact that Rachel Angell was completely dedicated to her job. She felt she had a point to prove to all those in her life, her parents didn’t have confidence in her, her colleagues tend to look down on her because she is a female. Yet, due to these people not believing in her, this gives her more motivation. And, with this motivation comes results.

An excellent story that will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout.

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