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Dominion (paperback thriller) by Wayne Sharrocks
Literary Reviews: ' A strong well-written thriller that provided psychological insights, fast-pace action and prose that was both sharp and realistic...' The Guardian
For fans of his debut work, Dominion will be a welcome addition to the saga. The story comes to climax that is all at once erotic, shocking and unforgettable... Gothic Beauty Magazine
From the Publisher:
Wayne's literary nominations thus far include Channel 4 television's Richard & Judy's Book-Club Competition, The Guardian First Book Award & The McKitterick Prize.
We think that you will find this new title to be a powerful, fast-moving and exciting psychological thriller.
Indelibly scarred by childhood trauma and neglect, Karl Connor attempted to flee the dark shadows of his young life, the horrors that he had experienced, and the inner demons that continued to haunt him. As the past and present collide the brutal reality is that the long slide into violence has already begun, but who could have imagined that his desire for perceived vengeance would have such terrifying results.
Young women are being murdered in London suburbs and there is seemingly nothing to connect them to one another, let alone the killer whose charming manner hides a warped and sick mind.
Detective Inspector Ross is determined to hunt the killer down, jeopardising his career in the process, as he becomes increasingly alienated and obsessed with finding the murderer. It is a difficult time for him and his depleted team as they find themselves caught up in Karl's deadly game of ruthless vendetta and vengeful murders. Soon their lives begin to run on a parallel, which leaves one of his team in mortal danger.
Signed copies of Dominion, Redemption & Kismet by critically acclaimed local thriller-writer Wayne Sharrocks are available for £7.99 each from the Diss Publishing Bookshop & Cafe: Meres Mouth, 40/41 Mere Street, Diss. IP22 4AH
Author: Wayne Sharrocks
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