Killer Move

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Stephen King hailed Michael Marshall's novel Straw Men as “a masterpiece . . . brilliantly written and scary as hell.” Now, Marshall returns with this latest unnerving tale—a creepy, fast-paced thriller that grips you from the first page straight through to its shocking end.

Bill Moore already has a lot, but he wants more . . . much more.

He's got a lucrative job selling condos in the Florida Keys, a successful wife, a good marriage, a ...

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Overview

Stephen King hailed Michael Marshall's novel Straw Men as “a masterpiece . . . brilliantly written and scary as hell.” Now, Marshall returns with this latest unnerving tale—a creepy, fast-paced thriller that grips you from the first page straight through to its shocking end.

Bill Moore already has a lot, but he wants more . . . much more.

He's got a lucrative job selling condos in the Florida Keys, a successful wife, a good marriage, a beautiful house. He also has a five-year plan for supersuccess, but that plan has begun to drag into its sixth year without reaping its intended rewards. So now Bill's starting to mix it up—just a little—to accelerate his way into the future that he knows he deserves.

Then one morning Bill arrives at work to find a card waiting for him, with no indication who it's from or why it was sent. Its message is just one word: modified.

From that moment on, Bill's life begins to change.

At first, nothing seems very different. But when things begin to unwind rapidly, and one after another, people around Bill start to die, it becomes increasingly clear that someone somewhere has a very different plan for Bill's future. Confused and angry, Bill begins to fight against this unseen force until he comes to a terrifying, inescapable realization: Once modified, there's no going back.

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Editorial Reviews

Entertainment Weekly (Grade A
“A jaw-dropping mystery that makes a hairpin turn on nearly every page.”
(New Iberia) - Acadiana LifeStyle Magazine
"A spooky, mysterious, suspenseful thriller, the kind that keeps you on the edge throughout."
(Gary) - Post-Tribune
"Better keep your night-light on."
Olympian (Olympia))
"Marshall is a powerful writer who sprinkles bizarre twists....It’s easy to become attached to Marshall’s fully drawn characters."
Time Magazines Union (Albany))
"Will have readers looking over their shoulders...as Marshall drives it home with a brilliant ending....The Intruders’ originality and suspense keeps the story fresh."
Deadly Pleasures Magazine
"What I love about Marshall’s work is his off-kilter view of like and death, which in The Intruders is at its most menacing.. . . . I just loved this book."
Romantic TimesBOOKclub
"A mind-blowing combination of crime and horror, made all the more terrifying because the character doesn’t know why it’s all happening. Compelling and unnerving."
Time Magazines Union (Albany)
"Will have readers looking over their shoulders...as Marshall drives it home with a brilliant ending....The Intruders’ originality and suspense keeps the story fresh."
Acadiana LifeStyle magazine (New Iberia)
“A spooky, mysterious, suspenseful thriller, the kind that keeps you on the edge throughout.”
Post-Tribune (Gary)
“Better keep your night-light on.”
Olympian (Olympia)
"Marshall is a powerful writer who sprinkles bizarre twists....It’s easy to become attached to Marshall’s fully drawn characters."
BookReporter.com on BAD THINGS
“Michael Marshall is the new Stephen King, to the nth degree. He successfully complements Carol O’Connell’s tormented characters for roller-coaster-like psychological twists and thrills....BAD THINGS deserves six stars.”
(generic quote) - Bookreporter.com
"Marshall is a master of the unpredictable; nothing is as it seems, and no event can be anticipated….This guy is a marvel."
Publishers Weekly
Marshall, author of the Straw Men trilogy (The Straw Men, The Upright Man, and Blood of Angels), offers a subtle and unnerving story of the little things that can tip the balance of one's life and send it spiraling into chaos. Everything is going well for Bill Moore, a successful, ambitious, happily married realtor in Sarasota, Fla., until the day he finds a card on his desk with a single word on the front: modified printed in white letters and bold type against a black background. In a sort of malicious, Kafkaesque "butterfly effect," a reservation Moore didn't make, a book he didn't order, and an e-mail he didn't send lead to increasing trouble. Meanwhile, a convicted murderer released on parole, John Hunter, sets out on a course of deadly vengeance. Marshall skillfully spins interlocking plot lines as the agents out to ruin Moore and Hunter begin to collide in nightmarish fashion. (May)
Entertainment Weekly
“A jaw-dropping mystery that makes a hairpin turn on nearly every page.”
Janet Maslin
“A nerve-wracking story full of bizarre twists....Mr. Marshall recalls Stephen King’s ability to set a story in the world of the commonplace, then suddenly jolt it into a more hellish realm. He also has some of Mr. King’s ability to rivet attention with eerie surprises.”
The Mirror on THE INTRUDERS
“Welcome to the truly twisted world of Michael Marshall. He plays with your head and appeals to your own deep and dark imagination.”
Mystery Scene on THE INTRUDERS
“Fans of King, Koontz, and John Connelly’s supernatural-tinged crime novels should find much to enjoy here....[ Marshall ] infuses his mystery with elements of the fantastic that simmer, chill, and ultimately haunt the memory....Surprises to keep the pages turning right up until the last silky black paragraphs.”
Locus on THE INTRUDERS
“Remarkable.”
Hartford Books Examiner on KILLER MOVE
“Michael Marshall is a true master of the genre, and he will leave readers spellbound—and justifiably paranoid…”
Daily Mail (London) on BAD THINGS
“Fast-moving, sinister and highly accomplished…This is ferocious story-telling of the highest order, with corkscrew twists and turns that make it deliciously scary as the secrets unfold.”
Booklist on KILLER MOVE
“Marshal rachets up the stakes of his deftly written suspense novel by injecting telling, if somewhat paranoid, commentary on how regular people can be manipulated by those with the means and ways.”
Financial Times on KILLER MOVE
“Playing with expectations has always been Marshall’s forte. Here he takes a standard revenge thriller and whip-cracks it into something more satirical...this expertly constructed thriller exploits modern anxieties.”
Acadiana LifeStyle magazine (New Iberia
“A spooky, mysterious, suspenseful thriller, the kind that keeps you on the edge throughout.”
Post-Tribune (Gary
“Better keep your night-light on.”
Olympian (Olympia
“Marshall is a powerful writer who sprinkles bizarre twists....It’s easy to become attached to Marshall’s fully drawn characters.”
www.BookReporter.com on BAD THINGS
“Michael Marshall is the new Stephen King, to the nth degree. He successfully complements Carol O’Connell’s tormented characters for roller-coaster-like psychological twists and thrills....BAD THINGS deserves six stars.”
SanFranciscoBookreview.com on KILLER MOVE
“This stand-alone thriller is as breathtaking as they get, and as the end approaches the reader is delighted to find that there’s probably more to come from Michael Marshal about the “modifiers” and their victims.”
Ian Kern
“Well-crafted and intriguing. . . . The Intruders twists and turns its way through a wonderfully weird and frightening tale. The fights are bloody, the chills are sub-zero, and the finale is jaw-dropping. How can you go wrong?”
Times Union (Albany
”Will have readers looking over their shoulders...as Marshall drives it home with a brilliant ending....The Intruders’ originality and suspense keeps the story fresh.”
Deadly Pleasures magazine
“What I love about Marshall’s work is his off-kilter view of like and death, which in The Intruders is at its most menacing.. . . . I just loved this book.”
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
“Keeps the reader off-kilter....Will have readers looking over their shoulders, feeling a bit paranoid themselves, as Marshall drives it home with a brilliant ending.”
The Mirror
“Welcome to the truly twisted world of Michael Marshall. He plays with your head and appeals to your own deep and dark imagination.”
Crimespree Magazine
“A well-told thriller... [that] has several unexpected curves along the way.”
Arcadian Lifestyle
“This is a psychological thriller guaranteed to keep you up at nights.”
Stephen King on STRAW MEN
“A masterpiece . . . brilliantly written and scary as hell.”
The Sun Herald (Australia)
“A genuinely scary thriller with satisfyingly malevolent villains.”
Business Day (South Africa)
“Seduce(s) the reader with its chilling momentum.”
blogcritics.com
“[T]his book knows how to tighten your innards. Marshall anchors your sympathy with his characters, and then unravels them in subtle ways with every turn of the screw. ”
Hobart Mercury (Australia)
“[Marshall’s] plots lead straight into the dark woods and have a spooky and paranoid edge....The Intruders...never relents in its own, cold conviction that there is someone dangerous out there.”
Madison County Herald (Mississippi)
“The suspense kills....Marshall knows how to pull you into his net, hold you encased, and then throw a one-two punch when you’re looking the other way. The Intruders is fast, original, and thoroughly engrossing.”
New Orleans Times-Picayune
“Michael Marshall...is one of those writers who can propel readers along with a rocketing, inventive plot, then stop them cold with a brilliant descriptive line that demands repeated reading....A compelling plot, characters who are completely believable and unforgettable, and sharp, smart insights into the nature of modern life.”
USA Today
“A well-constructed, terrifying story...The Intruders is so good, readers will be compelled to check out [Marshall’s] 2002 novel, The Straw Men, which Stephen King called ‘a masterpiece.’”
Mystery Scene
“Fans of King, Koontz, and John Connelly’s supernatural-tinged crime novels should find much to enjoy here....[ Marshall ] infuses his mystery with elements of the fantastic that simmer, chill, and ultimately haunt the memory....Surprises to keep the pages turning right up until the last silky black paragraphs.”
New York Daily News
“Fluid blend of crime and horror....Pervasive creepiness.”
Booklist
“Marshal rachets up the stakes of his deftly written suspense novel by injecting telling, if somewhat paranoid, commentary on how regular people can be manipulated by those with the means and ways.”
San Francisco Chronicle
“taut action and appealing characters”
Cleveland Plain Dealer
Keeps readers guessing with twisting plot...adrenaline-paced...addictive.”
BookPage
“Devilishly clever. . . . For fans of Stephen King as well as those of, say, Robert Cras, The Intruders is a tautly crafted page-turner of the first order.”
Locus
“Remarkable.”
Baltimore Sun
“The pacing is excellent, the plotting brisk.....Scary brilliance.”
Time Out London
“Marshall does an extraordinary job. . . . The Intruders captures a sense of the menacing inevitable”
Arizona Republic
“The ending of this thriller is complex and creepy, but the fun is in getting there....This guy is good. Marshall knows how to create real suspense, how to dole it out slowly and catch you off guard....A story that will not let you go.”
Daily Mail (London)
“Fast-moving, sinister and highly accomplished…This is ferocious story-telling of the highest order, with corkscrew twists and turns that make it deliciously scary as the secrets unfold.”
BookReporter.com
“Michael Marshall is the new Stephen King, to the nth degree. He successfully complements Carol O’Connell’s tormented characters for roller-coaster-like psychological twists and thrills....BAD THINGS deserves six stars.”
Financial Times
“Playing with expectations has always been Marshall’s forte. Here he takes a standard revenge thriller and whip-cracks it into something more satirical...this expertly constructed thriller exploits modern anxieties.”
Romantic Times BOOKclub
“A mind-blowing combination of crime and horror, made all the more terrifying because the character doesn’t know why it’s all happening. Compelling and unnerving.”
Cascadia Weekly
“It’s juicy reading, and the gasp-inducing ending will leave you wishing for more.”
Associated Press Staff
“Marshall creates a noir feel to the narrative as he amps up the paranoia factor…a compelling read.”
www.BookReporter.com
“Michael Marshall is the new Stephen King, to the nth degree. He successfully complements Carol O’Connell’s tormented characters for roller-coaster-like psychological twists and thrills....BAD THINGS deserves six stars.”
Bookreporter.com (generic quote)
“Marshall is a master of the unpredictable; nothing is as it seems, and no event can be anticipated….This guy is a marvel.”
Oklahoma City Oklahoman
“A psychological thriller that will mess with your mind and leave you more than a little perturbed.”
www.blogcritics.com
“[T]his book knows how to tighten your innards. Marshall anchors your sympathy with his characters, and then unravels them in subtle ways with every turn of the screw. ”
The Advocate
“Stylish prose, credible characters, and clever plot...KILLER MOVE is a chilling read.”
Wired
“Michael Marshall’s new novel, Killer Move is a lip biting and suspenseful thriller to the end.”
Hartford Books Examiner
“Michael Marshall is a true master of the genre, and he will leave readers spellbound—and justifiably paranoid…”
New York Daily News on THE INTRUDERS
“Fluid blend of crime and horror. . . . Pervasive creepiness.”
Crimespree Magazine on THE INTRUDERS
“A well-told thriller... [that] has several unexpected curves along the way.”
Cleveland Plain Dealer on THE INTRUDERS
Keeps readers guessing with twisting plot . . . adrenaline-paced...addictive.”
Baltimore Sun on THE INTRUDERS
“The pacing is excellent, the plotting brisk. . . . Scary brilliance.”
Mystery Scene on KILLER MOVE
“Marshall’s thriller is the perfect summer read:a high concept page turner that is always rooted in character and the everyday… Killer Move is a forceful, well-crafted nightmare for the modern age. ”
Oklahoma City Oklahoman on KILLER MOVE
“A psychological thriller that will mess with your mind and leave you more than a little perturbed.”
Wired on KILLER MOVE
“Michael Marshall’s new novel, Killer Move is a lip biting and suspenseful thriller to the end.”
The Advocate on KILLER MOVE
“Stylish prose, credible characters, and clever plot...KILLER MOVE is a chilling read.”
South Florida Sun-Sentinel on THE INTRUDERS
“Keeps the reader off-kilter....Will have readers looking over their shoulders, feeling a bit paranoid themselves, as Marshall drives it home with a brilliant ending.”
Booklist on BAD THINGS
“Marshall builds up suspense slowly . . . Black Ridge – like the Maine towns populated by Stephen King’s characters – is not a place you want to visit.”
Arizona Republic on THE INTRUDERS
“The ending of this thriller is complex and creepy, but the fun is in getting there....This guy is good. Marshall knows how to create real suspense, how to dole it out slowly and catch you off guard....A story that will not let you go.”
Kirkus Reviews

A Florida realtor targeted by unknown antagonists is suspected of assorted crimes while a parolee returns to his old stomping grounds to avenge the death of the woman he was convicted of murdering.

Bill Moore makes a good living selling units for a condo chain in the Keys off the coast of Sarasota, Fla., and he's happily married to a magazine editor, Stephanie. But he wants to become super-rich. While pursuing the big deal that will enable him to start his own business, he starts receiving mysterious messages and getting packages he didn't order, all tagged with the word "Modified." When his wife walks out on him after discovering convincingly faked photos of him in a tryst with a co-worker, he becomes an odd man out desperate to prove his innocence. Meanwhile, the convict, John Hunter, is carrying out a cold-blooded plan that involves abducting the man whose $8 million house Bill is hoping to make a killing on. When people around him start dying, Bill begins questioning everyone: Is it possible his wife has set him up for a fall? A solid, workmanlike writer, Marshall (The Intruders,2007, etc.) evokes the Florida setting quite well. Atmosphere is his strong suit. But much of novel seems forced and secondhand. Moore is not particularly likable, and Hunter is one of the less memorable killers in recent crime fiction.

A mildly enjoyable thriller that sets up a sequel on which only committed fans of the author may want to take a flyer.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061434433
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 2/28/2012
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 693,516
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael Marshall is the author of the trilogy that includes The Straw Men, The Upright Man, and Blood of Angels, as well as the stand-alone novels The Servants, The Intruders, Bad Things, and Killer Move. He also works as a screenwriter for clients in London and Los Angeles, and is currently writing a television pilot set in New York City. He lives in London, England, with his wife and son.

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  • Posted October 11, 2011

    A Scary Book

    You have a nice, ordered life. For the most part, you control your destiny. You have dreams and seek to fulfill them. Then one day, you wake to find you don't have control, someone else does.
    This is the basic premise to Michael Marshall's latest novel. Open the cover and step into a world where almost nobody is who he or she seems to be. Where a deranged mind seeks personal gratification by playing a dangerous game and where a man seeks vengeance against those who wronged him.
    Bill Moore: South Florida realtor. Ambitious. Competitive. In control. Looking to advance up the ladder to become part up the echelon of wealth, until he finds pieces of his life slowly going awry. Events occur for which others think he's responsible. At first they're small, seemingly unimportant, but soon, they mushroom into a chaos so intense, Moore doesn't know where to turn next or who to trust, if he can trust anybody.
    This is a scary book. This isn't some monster in the closet or up from the ocean depths scary. It isn't even a psycho killer in a hockey mask stalking teenagers scary. This one worms its way into your mind, sneaks its way into your subconscious and makes you look at your life just a little differently than you did yesterday. It plays upon a basic fear of completely losing control of the world around you, of how order becomes entropy. Near the end, Marshall makes reference to his previous book, "The Straw Men," (in a slightly tongue in cheek manner on one occasion), but you don't have to necessarily have read that one first. If you haven't, then you'll want to after "Killer Move."

    Reviewed by Stephen L. Brayton, author of "Beta" for Suspense Magazine

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 9, 2011

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    great premise

    Michael Marshall's latest book Killer Move opens with a newly released con named Hunter seeking payback for a crime he says he didn't commit.

    We then meet realtor Bill Moore, a man with a five year plan - increasing his condo sales numbers in the Florida keys, opening up his own realty office, rubbing shoulders with the movers and shakers in his corner of the world. Problem is - it's year six. But Bill is nothing if not upbeat. It will happen.. he just has to work a little harder at it.

    Small things start to happen - a card with nothing but a single word - Modified - is left on his desk. A book from Amazon that he can't remember ordering, a prime table at a restaurant he doesn't recall making a reservation for. Then it starts to escalate - he discovers compromising photos on his computer, conveniently stored in a folder labelled Modified. And suddenly that very simple word takes on ominous overtones. Because someone is playing a game with Bill's life....

    What a great premise - an everyday guy with no idea who or why someone would mess with him. Bill's desperate attempts to stop his life spiralling out of control are alternated with Hunter's steps to exact retaliation.

    Bill tells his story from a first person narrative, which I have to admit I found increasingly annoying in the first few chapters. It took quite a few chapters beyond the prologue for me to become invested in the book. Bill's thoughts on his father and his philosophy on selling were tiresome. The plot is inventive and plausible, but some of the 'moves' were a bit over the top. The ending was somewhat disappointing, referencing a previous book by Marshall as an explanation for what has gone on.

    That being said, I think Marshall has come up with a great idea. How much of our lives are controlled by passwords and online access? How secure are they? How much would it take someone to start games with our lives? A good read, but not great for me. Linwood Barclay does it better.

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  • Posted July 17, 2011

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    Time to protect your life in a whole new way!

    Bill Moore already has a lot, but he wants more...much more.

    He's got a lucrative job selling condos in the Florida Keys, a successful wife, a good marriage, a beautiful house. He also has a five-year plan for super-success, but that plan has begun to drag into its sixth year without reaping its intended rewards. So not Bill's starting to mix it up - just a little - to accelerate his way into the future that he knows he deserves.

    Then one morning Bill arrives at work to find a card waiting for him, with no indication who it's from or why it was sent. Its message is just one word: MODIFIED.

    From that moment on, Bill's life begins to change.

    At first, nothing seems very different. But when things begin to unwind rapidly, and one after another, people around Bill start to die, it becomes increasingly clear that someone somewhere has a very different plan for Bill's future. Confused and angry, Bill begins to fight against this unseen force until he comes to a terrifying, inescapable realization: Once modified, there's no going back.

    In the latest suspense thriller by Michael Marshall, Killer Moves is a non stop, page turner that literally will keep you guessing until the very final page. He creates the suspense from the prologue and it only intensifies as the reader continues the unraveling of Bill Moore's life. This book is amazing and one I haven't read for quite some time. I love it when an author can keep you riveted to the story but have you second guessing yourself until the end.

    I received this book compliments of HarperCollins Publishers for my honest review and highly recommend it to those of you crime solving readers who love a twisting, complex case to figure out. I rate this book a 5 out of 5 stars and this one left a lasting mark. I will forever be looking over my shoulder just to see whose following me. Not everyone is as innocent as they appear.

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  • Posted June 29, 2011

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    This is a gripping suspense thriller

    Bill Moore has a successful realty business selling condos in South Florida. He has a great marriage with a wonderful wife Steph who he loves. They live in a beautiful house in Sarasota.

    However, Bill is more ambitious than Lady Macbeth and is upset that he is behind on achieving his BHAGs. He begins taking shortcuts. One morning Bill arrives at his office to find an odd black-colored card on his desk. On the card's surface is printed in white lettering: "modified." His perfect life begins to unravel slowly at first but picking up momentum as purchases he never made arrive against his credit card and an e-mail sent from his address though not by him leads to major trouble with his wife as the filed Modified contain pictures he never took. While Bill tries to find a way to fight back against the unknown Modified, John Hunter is paroled after spending time for a homicide. He seeks vengeance.

    This is a gripping suspense thriller as the American dream turns into a nightmare for Bill. The story line is fast-paced from the opening scene in which the reader learns convicted murderer John did not do the crime and never slows down as his life is destroyed and Bill's is subtly going down the cesspool too. With innuendoes of the Straw Men involved (see The Straw Men, The Upright Man, and Blood of Angels) and with with Bill's nuked life spinning out of control just like John's did, Michael Marshall writes a taut tale.

    Harriet Klausner

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