Portraits of The Dead

The portraits of the dead exist. They are black and white, and they hang in the room where Emma, a bright young science student at Cardiff University, lives. Why are they so like her?

The strength of John Nicholl’s thrillers is that the reader can see every facet of the crime – victims, petty crooks, killers, grieving families, the media, and the police, must make deductions or search for clues to discover the truth and their mistakes.

So, the end is always predictable? Never. Fast-paced and packed with action, Portrait of The Dead is another true chiller-thriller by the master of psychological twists

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