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The police never suspect that a serial killer might be at large until they discover the fourth body—the first white victim—draped across a tomb in a London graveyard. Now, accusations of racism are rampant and Scotland Yard is on the defensive, scrambling to apprehend a maniac while trying to avoid a potential public relations disaster. Detective Superintendent Thomas Lynley and his disgraced partner Barbara Havers have been assigned to the investigation, and Winston Nkata has been hastily—though deservedly—promoted and made the station's spokesperson to the media.
But with Lynley distracted by concerns for his pregnant wife, Havers fighting for her professional future, and Nkata confronting a hostile public, no one has begun to imagine the tenacity and ingenuity of the killer they are seeking . . . and no one is prepared for the savage, shocking instant when everything will change forever.
The worst `Twilight meets the Village` who cares Bullshit I have every wasted my time reading. I got half way through the book and kept wishing an unconsecrated zombie would just... Read morePublished 7 months ago by James
I started this series hoping it would be good. I read reviews that were positive but they missed the obvious. Read morePublished 12 months ago by W. Myers
A ''don't go into the woods'' warning, has a huge impact when you happen to live right next them. Forget building a tree house, or going to the ocean. Forget freedom. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Book Cupid
It took me some time to really fully understand this book. It describes the road to madness that the main character does, living in a town surrounded by a fence and a forest of... Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2013 by Lina-From the Verge
Okay, so Mary is a little bit of an iffy character... but she isn't why I loved the book! The images are so fantastic, and vivid, and full of life, even when speaking of the... Read morePublished on Nov. 21 2012 by Sierra
This book was not quite what I had expected, yet it was great and I really enjoyed it. For a zombie book, the psychological element was way more prominent than the physical element... Read morePublished on Sept. 2 2011 by Coreena
If I don't like the main character, I've never felt compelled to finish a novel. I read "The Forest of Hands and Teeth," in one night because I just had to see how it ended. Read morePublished on June 17 2011 by High Adventure
Mary used to be an happy child, even though her village is the last hope of humanity (or so the Sisterhood says), but everything changes when her father goes missing and her mother... Read morePublished on March 7 2010 by Tynga's Reviews