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The Firemaker: Peter May

The stench of burnt flesh fills the air and your mind, soul and body as you feel the flames engulf you and you life is ended. No one sees you and there is no one to douse what someone has done to you as the gasoline that ignited the inferno surrounding you and the area you are in burns you to a crisp. The scene is graphically depicted and it starts the novel off in a grotesque manner as one man’s life ends, then exposed until we find out the identity of a serial killer whose reign of terror is just beginning.

Forensic pathologist Margaret Campbell is on her way to China for six weeks as a lecturer trying to tuck away in the back of her mind what happened with her husband and his tragic suicide. Working would keep her mind active plus dealing and…

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