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The Soul Collector (Matt Wells Series #2)

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  • Posted February 3, 2012

    Highly Recommended - A must read!

    I love the Matt Wells Series. Can't wait to read the next one! If you love suspenseful thrillers, you'll love them too!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Wow! You must read.

    I loved this book it is filled with suspense. Everything is updated when it switches sceens. It is a great thiller. For anyone looking for a good book this would be it.

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  • Posted March 29, 2009

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    This is as gripping a thriller as its predecessor

    Crime writer and weekly columnist Matt Wells knows how lucky he is to have survived his encounter several years ago in London with the serial killer White Devil (see THE DEATH LIST); he even was dating the sister Sara Robbins of the deadly brilliant predator. Though the White Devil is no more, he still fears an avenging Sara even though his lover Detective Chief Investigator Karen Oaten, who once suspected he was the White Devil, swears Sara is no threat.----------------

    However, history sort of repeats it self when a renowned mystery writer is murdered; and Matt receives a message explaining that he can save the life of the next intended victim if he solves a word puzzle quick enough. As the death count rises along with the cryptic notes from the SOUL COLLECTOR, Matt knows once again he must face the devil without blinking.----------------

    This is as gripping a thriller as its predecessor. The Soul Collector is diabolical and methodical working through a death list that shakes Matt to the core. He feels like a murder magnet but knows what he must do even if Karen pleads with him to let the police handle it. Graphic and gruesomely grim, Paul Johnson writes an electrifying serial killer sequel even if predators sending taunting clues have become overused by the sub-genre.------------------

    Harriet Klausner

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