Summary

Eddie Malloy, trying to get his career back on track, finds himself in the gunsights of a cunning killer who is maiming and murdering racing personalities with a zeal and purpose that terrifies the racing world and mystifies the police.
Eddie is convinced the killer has a definitive hit list for these ritual slayings, and when he discovers he is high on the list, he knows he has to become the hunter not the hunted.
©70 Joseph McNally & Richard Pitman (P)2014 Joseph McNally & Richard Pitman
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5 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on 22-09-15

Excellent

A really good and exciting story right to the end. Very good descriptions of the racing world

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5 out of 5 stars
By MoBotRio on 18-03-18

Really good sequel

Eddie Malloy sequel that is as good as the original. The foundation of an excellent series. Characters are interesting & narrator is growing on me

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3 out of 5 stars
By Carole on 14-04-17

Gritty and dark

The narration is excellent. But, I kept hoping that the main character would eventually catch a break. It seems that nothing but bad luck keeps happening to him.

Dick Francis fans will find this is familiar territory but may think it's a bit depressing reading.

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