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Book Review: Seven Days to Die by Michelle Kidd


Book Review Seven Days to Die by Michelle Kidd

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The book synopsis for Seven Days to Die by Michelle Kidd

Seven Days to Die by Michelle Kidd book cover


Please note this book is a completely revised version of Seven Days.

A twisted killer.
A deadly game of cat-and-mouse.
Detective Jack MacIntosh has seven days to find the truth.

A young woman is discovered strangled in Hyde Park. Wearing only one shoe.

Close to the body, Detective Jack MacIntosh finds a black stiletto, diamante buckle glinting in the early morning sun. But it doesn’t belong to the victim.

Two days later, another young woman is found strangled to death in nearby Green Park. Wearing just one shoe — the matching stiletto. Hidden in the long grass beside the body, the police uncover a low-heeled court shoe.

Detective Jack and his team are in a race against time to find the owner of the court shoe before it’s too late.

At the same time, Jack is fighting demons of his own. Demons which rise up from the past and threaten to cloud his judgement just when he needs it most.

Detective Jack is hunting a brutal killer. A killer who delights in playing twisted games. Who will win this deadly battle of wits?

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4 Stars

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  • "The plot is cleverly written to take the reader deep into the investigation.  The red herrings kept me on my toes and my mind was constantly being challenged and changed throughout.  It hooked me in from the very beginning and had me glued to the pages." - Like Herding Cats

  • "...this is a cut above your average crime novel and certainly one worth seeking out if you’re a fan of the macabre serial killer genre." - Dark Matters

  • "I found ‘Seven Days To Die’ to be a gritty, tense and dramatic read, which certainly kept me guessing and which kept me on the edge of my seat throughout."- Ginger Book Geek

Book Review Seven Days to Die by Michelle Kidd

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