Captured by Neil Cross

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what isn’t fully captured is Kenny’s motivation; it seems implausible that an apparently gentle man would go to such violent lengths on behalf of a girl he knew only briefly as a child.
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Given only weeks to live, Kenny Drummond finds a mystery worth dying to solve

In this gripping psychological thriller from the creator of Luther, Kenny Drummond has been diagnosed with late-stage brain cancer and is writing a list—a list of all the people he has let down in one way or another. He is determined to make amends before the black smudge that keeps showing up on his scans exercises its final power over him.

Working his way down the list, Kenny comes to an old schoolmate, Callie Barton, who was kind when he needed a friend. He heard she dated and eventually married Jonathan Reese, and that they live in Bath.

But no matter how hard he tries, Kenny can’t seem to get ahold of Callie; she’s disappeared without a trace. In fact, there are rumors that Reese wasn’t the kindest husband. And he sure seems like he has something to hide.

Now Kenny has a ticking clock and a promise to keep, and nothing’s going to stand in his way.
 

About Neil Cross

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Neil Cross is the creator and sole writer of the critically acclaimed BBC America crime series Luther. In 2011, Cross was awarded the Edgar Award for Best Teleplay for episode one of Luther. He is the author of the thriller Burial and lives with his family in Wellington, New Zealand. Visit Neil-Cross.com.
 
Published January 27, 2015 by Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller. 270 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by David Evans on Dec 18 2009

what isn’t fully captured is Kenny’s motivation; it seems implausible that an apparently gentle man would go to such violent lengths on behalf of a girl he knew only briefly as a child.

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