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You Can Run

Steve Mosby

6 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense, Cartoons & comic strips

You can run - but there's nowhere to hide.

'Steve Mosby has become one of a handful of writers who make me excited about crime fiction' Val McDermid

Police called to a crime scene on a quiet suburban street are shocked to find a woman being held captive.

When the remains of more victims are discovered, it seems that the notorious Red River Killer, who has been abducting women for twenty years, has finally been identified.

DI Will Turner leads the investigation. The killer may be running, but he's certainly not hiding - and the hunt for his next victim is very much underway . . .

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Praise for You Can Run

  • Steve Mosby is one of the most consistently and innovatively creepy writers working right now. With YOU CAN RUN he takes the serial killer thriller to a higher level, creating a subtly off-kilter world suffused with low key menace, where moments of intense disquiet and stinging emotion disturb as much as the terrifying evil at its core

  • Exciting and well written - Mosby excels at catching you off guard. This is a highly recommended read but you may have to leave the light on afterwards - SUNDAY MIRROR

  • From the opening chapter, which delivers an intriguing shock, this is as taut and as scary a serial killer investigation as a reader could wish for - IRISH INDEPENDENT

  • Intense, creepy and deeply disturbing. Mosby stabs right to the heart of one of our deepest fears

  • Mosby expertly intertwines the main plot lines with several subplots in this psychologically attuned thriller - PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

  • Steve Mosby is one of the finest writers in the UK . . . Mosby takes the serial killer genre and provides something new and exciting . . . This is a book - and author - I will endlessly recommend

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Steve Mosby

Steve Mosby lives and works in Leeds. His novels have been translated widely and longlisted for the Theakstons Crime Novel of the Year Award. He is also a winner of the CWA Dagger in the Library. Find out more at:

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