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Luther The Calling von Cross, Neil (eBook)

  • Verlag: Touchstone
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Luther

A brilliant standalone novel hailed as some of the best crime fiction to hit bookstores this year (Hollywood Reporter) and a prequel to the hit BBC America TV show Luther, by the Edgar Awardwinning creator and sole writer of the show.Is Luther a force for good or a man hell-bent on self-destruction? Meet Detective Chief Inspector John Luther. Hes a homicide detective with an extraordinary case-clearance rate. Hes obsessive, instinctive, and intense. Nobody who ever stood at his side has a bad word to say about him. And yet there are rumors that Luther is badnot corrupt, but tormented. After years of chasing the most depraved criminals in Londons gritty underworld, he seethes with a hidden fury he can barely control, making him do things any other detective wouldnt and shouldnt do. Luther: The Calling is the story of the serial killer case that tore Luthers personal and professional relationships apart and propelled him over the precipicebeyond fury, beyond vengeance, all the way to the other side of the law. Luther: The Calling, the first in a new series of novels featuring DCI John Luther, takes us into Luthers past and into his mind. It is the story of the serial killer case that tore his personal and professional relationships apart and propelled him over the precipicebeyond fury, beyond vengeance, all the way to the other side of the law. Is Luther a force for good or a man hell-bent on self-destruction? Edgar Awardwinning writer Neil Cross has created one of the most compelling characters in modern crime fiction. Luther: The Calling is a compulsively readable novel by the writer hailed by The Guardian as Britains own Stephen King.

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    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Seitenzahl: 336
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781451673111
    Verlag: Touchstone
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