Sacrifice A vicious serial killer is holding the country to ransom publicly and gruesomely murdering his victims When a man is burnt alive on a bonfire it seems like a tragic Guy Fawkes Night accident But wit

  • Title: Sacrifice
  • Author: Paul Finch
  • ISBN: 9780007492312
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • A vicious serial killer is holding the country to ransom, publicly and gruesomely murdering his victims.When a man is burnt alive on a bonfire, it seems like a tragic Guy Fawkes Night accident But with the discovery of a young couple on Valentine s Day each with an arrow through the heart something sinister becomes clear A calendar killer is on the loose.DetectivA vicious serial killer is holding the country to ransom, publicly and gruesomely murdering his victims.When a man is burnt alive on a bonfire, it seems like a tragic Guy Fawkes Night accident But with the discovery of a young couple on Valentine s Day each with an arrow through the heart something sinister becomes clear A calendar killer is on the loose.Detective Mark Heck Heckenburg is up against it With a rising body count and the public s eyes on him, Heck must find the killer before he executes victims.Because this killer has a plan And nothing will stop him completing it.A heart stopping and grisly thriller that will enthrall fans of Stuart MacBride and Katia Lief.

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    1. Last year I read Paul Finch's Stalkers and absolutely loved it. I finished it with that happy feeling of having discovered a brilliant new talent in the crime genre. I got Sacrifice from the library on release but didn't get to round to actually reading it so when I received a review copy of The Killing Club (out May 22nd) I immediately got hold of Sacrifice to read beforehand. I have been reading it on and off over the last few days and it was an amazing read. Paul can definitely tell a story a [...]

    2. Stunning, breathtaking and just a very scary, brilliant read. Cannot wait for DS Mark Heckenburg's next case. He's my new hero. I loved Stalkers and this is no different. Exceptional stuff

    3. SACRIFICE by Paul FinchReview by Gary FryFor all his sterling work in the horror genre, I think the Heck series of police procedurals / detective novels are Paul Finch's ideal milieu. As a former cop, his narratives have an air of authority, of events lived rather than just researched, and this is perhaps the key to the books’ success. Paul is an unassuming guy, a native of Wigan, who talks straight and wouldn’t know a “pretension” if it danced in front of him. This second characteristic [...]

    4. Reading about serial killers is a guilty pleasure of mine. This genre might not be for everyone – and let me tell you, the crimes depicted here were something that even I had my mouth open at when reading. Some were pretty inconceivable even to visualize.Finch definitely did a great job again. The plot for this book is typical of these kinds of serial killer novels – people disappear only to be found dead and positioned/propped in ways that speaks volumes.And what a twist at the end. Catchin [...]

    5. I read the first book by Paul Finch in this series entitled ‘Stalkers’ and absolutely LOVED it! I was really looking forward to reading the second in this series. Detective Mark Heckenburg is a bloody brilliant character. He is (well in my head anyway) very attractive in that ‘just got out of bed way’ and has a very defiant nature (what more could a woman ask for). Mark Heckenburg is known simply as Heck and in this latest offering is part of a team tracking down a vicious serial kill [...]

    6. (I received this book for free as part of First Reads giveaways)I feel life's too short to read books that irk me so I tend to ditch them if I still feel that way 100 pages in.I'm at page 105 and much as I want to like this book, I just can't go on.Perhaps I should not have read that Paul Finch used to be a writer for The Bill because I think that may have set my expectations way too high.I know his first book and, indeed this book, have received good reviews from readers but to me it just felt [...]

    7. This is the second in the Heck series written by Paul Finch. It did not match the brilliance of ‘Stalkers’, mostly because it felt a little too familiar. I must have seen or read too many evil killers using certain religious or pseudo-religious dates to murder before. This time the killer is using Bonfire night, Christmas and Easter as an excuse to brutalize and murder. It was nicely chilling, even if the reveal felt like an anti-climax.On the positive side, I do love Heck and it was this th [...]

    8. By Heck this is good again. Good characters, good story, good plots. Gritty, fast moving. Heckenberg is a character I hope to read a lot more of.This review was written before I started to take my reviewing seriously. I would need to re-read the book to give it a serious and fair review so the above review was what I posted at the time.

    9. The writing is brilliant but the plot spoils the book so whats a thriller book with great writing but no proper plot?A great book with no plot i assume.Dont think will followup with any more of Mr Finch's books.If you are a fan of blood and gore,then this book is for you. If you want a plot then you reading the wrong book.

    10. Oh my god. This book has one of the most gruesome and gory crimes scenes I've come across. I still cringe when I think about a few of them. It's so obvious that the author has been in the police. His books are on a different level.

    11. Paul Finch knows how to write a great book. His Heck novels are fantastic; intriguing plots with great action sequences. A lot of authors would learn from how he uses pace to drive a story forward. and this book, this is true class. I don't read much crime fiction, but I always read Heck.

    12. I am so blown away by this book. Wow. This is one heck of a great thriller! Disturbing, yes, but what an amazing psychological 'ride'!I received an e-copy of this book from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

    13. Uzbudljivo i napeto od samog početka do samog kraja. Knjiga koju se čita brzo jer ju ne možete ispustiti iz ruku

    14. Another Boy's Own adventure. It starts with Heck stumbling upon a couple of armed men then pursuing them in a wild car chase to their death. They are, of course, serial murderers. He gets a few days rest then is called to Leeds to investigate a man in a Santa suit walled up alive. From there it is non stop action. This is an extremely well written, plotted and characterised novel and I can hardly believe the price - it should be all over the supermarkets and selling for a comparable price. If yo [...]

    15. Blooming heck, I love these books! This is only the second Paul Finch I've read (first was only last week) and I'm going straight into the third very soon. Detective Heck is the star of the show in this very clever, fast-paced murder thriller. I tell you, it's bloody good!

    16. Raamatu tagakaanel on vihje sellele, et kellele meeldivad Stuart MacBride raamatud, sellele sobib ka see lugu. Noh kuritegude võikuse astme poolest on päris lähedal aga loo kiiruse ja humoorikuse ning tegelaste karisma koha pealt on MacBride kõvasti üle :P Not bad siiski :P

    17. This was everything I want when I read a thriller. It was action-packed, there wasn't one dull moment and I was at the edge of my seat the whole time. The main character and even all of the other characters are really likeable and I cared about all of them.

    18. I was a bit disappointed with this book. Not quite up to the pace and good read as the first DS Heckenberg book.

    19. Den ersten fand ich besser, jedoch auch durchaus gelungen! Leider ging die Story nicht weiter wie erhofft - aber das kommt vielleicht im nächsten! 😉

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