Thou Shalt Kill

Thou Shalt Kill

by Daniel Blake

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ISBN-13: 9781476788364
Publisher: Gallery Books
Publication date: 04/12/2014
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 608
Product dimensions: 4.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.70(d)

About the Author

Daniel Blake is the pseudonym of an acclaimed bestselling author. He was a reporter for England’s The Sun and The Daily Telegraph. He lives in London.

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Thou Shalt Kill 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Ladywolf425 More than 1 year ago
I can't wait for the next one! I'm not going to share the plot, only to say it was a wonderful, intoxicating read.
BookCore More than 1 year ago
One of the best books I've read in a long time. As with all detective stories, I was trying to figure out whodunit, and the author had me totally fooled. The biggest thing that kept me guessing was trying to figure out the motive for some of the murders. Turns out the perp is mentally ill. That's sort of a cop-out - mentally ill people will have motives that make no sense to anyone else. But wait! There's more! The perp was somebody who I thought it couldn't possibly be. I didn't really believe it was either of the red herrings, but I still didn't guess at the real identity of the perp. Good job, Daniel Blake.
harstan More than 1 year ago
The first homicide leaves noted brain surgeon Dr. Michael Redwine burned to a crisp. Pittsburgh Police Department homicide detectives Franco Patrese and Mark Beradino investigate the inferno murder by someone they assume is filled with rage against the renowned doctor. The next victim is Bishop Kohler in in the confessional at the Cathedral. Once again fire is the choice of the killer as the culprit pours gasoline on their living target and then ignites it. More killings occur that seem unrelated yet Patrese believes the same psychopath is on an avenging vendetta. The predator appears to Arab-American Mustafa Bayoumi, a Pittsburgh University student majoring in chemistry. The media calls this predator the Human Torch who refers to the Bible especially the Ten Commandments as the higher law of the land. While the two cops look into compulsive religious disorders and medical malpractices, both remain blind to the fact that those who must die include Patrese for interfering with the Lord's cleansing of the human soul. This entertaining serial killer police procedural is an enjoyable whodunit due more to jaded Patrese who scorns humanity as worthless and has doubts a God would create such a soulless loser of a species. The villain comes out of serial killer handbook 101 with taunting biblical references even with a neat late twist. Still fans will enjoy this solid murder mystery as Patrese struggles with a case that affirms his belief in mankind not deserving life. Harriet Klausner