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Description In the most brutal killing crusade Philadelphia has seen in years, a series of young Catholic women are found dead, their bodies mutilated and their hands bolted together. Each clutches a rosary in he... more

Crime Books

Description When the first body is found, mutilated and strangled on the riverbank, homicide detectives Kevin Byrne and Jessica Balzano suspect yet another random case of urban violence. Until it happens again. A... more

Crime Books

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AdvantagesThis novel has some nice touches.


...This is the first book of Richard Montanari?s that I?ve read and I must say I enjoyed it very much and plan to read more. The strapline ?Only a killer hears their prayers? sets the tone perfectly, as this is to be a serial killing spree with a religious motive, at least, that is what the symbolism suggests as we find our first victim is a schoolgirl arranged into a position of prayer, with her...

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AdvantagesGruesome torture scenes

DisadvantagesThe characters

...This was a stand alone book of Richard Montanari. The first since the Balzano and Byrne series and I didn?t know what to expect, and for me it wasn?t as great as his previous books. I am normally sitting at the edge of my seat and shouting at anyone who interrupts. But with this book I could get that normal flow of reading. Yes there were gruesome torture scenes that Montanari writes so well...

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AdvantagesGripping, well written, depth of characters, creepy edge, intriguing premise

DisadvantagesNone for me

...Having read and reviewed a Montanari novel or two before and rating him highly as an author, I was keen to give this one a go when I came across it in the library. True to form, he didn?t disappoint. The Doll Maker kept me riveted and I was sad to reach the last page. The Doll Maker falls within the crime thriller genre. On the front cover is the tagline, ?Keem them close. Keep them safe...

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