The Nameless Dead by Paul Johnston
(Matt Wells)

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GENERATIONS OF EVIL Crime writer Matt Wells hasn't had much time for a career of late - he's been too busy fighting for his life. Matt's thoughts are not his own - his subconscious has been infiltrated and a single word can trigger hidden orders buried deep within Matt's memory, turning him into a killing machine. The FBI aims him at the man responsible for his conditioning: an architect of Nazi revival and devotee of the Antichurch of Lucifer Triumphant.�The man who twisted Matt's mind and took his life away. Submerged into a world rife with ritual murders and hired killers, if Matt can't trust his own mind - who can he trust? He is now both assassin and target - and either fights back or he dies.

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Paul Johnston was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and educated there and at Oxford. He is the author of eleven crime novels, the first of which, Body Politic, won the British Crime Writers' Association John Creasey Memorial Dagger for Best First Novel. He has also won the Sherlock Award for Best Detective Novel. He divides his time between Scotland and Greece. He is married to a Greek and has three children.
Published January 1, 2011 by MIRA Books. 407 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Johnston's over-the-top fourth novel featuring British writer-turned-action-hero Matt Wells (after Maps of Hell) finds Wells and his pregnant girlfriend, Det.

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As Wells and the FBI search for Hoffmann, we get philosophical insights into the history of evil with mentions of the philosophers, the artists who captured the context and workings of Hell such as Bruegel, Bosch, and Memling.

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