The Stolen Ones

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Description

In Richard Montanari's chilling new suspense novel, a sealed-off network of secret passages connects all of Philadelphia to the killer hidden within.

Luther Wade grew up in Cold River, a warehouse for the criminally insane. Two decades ago the hospital closed it doors forever, but Luther never left. He wanders the catacombs beneath the city, channeling the violent dreams of Eduard Kross, Europe's most prolific serial killer of the 20th century.

A two-year-old girl is found wandering the streets of Philadelphia in the middle of the night by detectives Kevin Byrne and Jessica Balzano. She does not speak, but she may hold the key to solving a string of murders committed in and around Priory Park. As the detectives investigate, more bodies are found at Priory Park, and they're drawn closer and closer to the doors of Luther's devious maze and the dark secrets of Cold River.

Product Details

Price
$15.00
Publisher
Mulholland Books
Publish Date
April 07, 2015
Pages
432
Dimensions
5.4 X 1.2 X 8.2 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780316244718

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About the Author

Richard Montanari is the internationally bestselling author of The Stolen Ones, The Echo Man, The Devil's Garden, Badlands, The Rosary Girls, The Skin Gods, Merciless, and more. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

Reviews

"Richard Montanari's writing is both terrifying and lyrical, a killer combination that makes him a true stand-out in the crowded thriller market. A master storyteller at his very best." --Tess Gerritsen
"A master storyteller. Be prepared to stay up all night." --James Ellroy
"Montanari weaves a mesmerizing tale." --Lisa Gardner
PRAISE FOR RICHARD MONTANARI:
"Full of surprises and dark shadows" --Booklist
"Plot-driven and compelling with hints of horror and parapsychology, this thriller is less of a whodunit and more of an exploration of character and motive. . . . Adventurous crime fiction and thriller readers and fans [of] Thomas Harris's Hannibal Lecter novels should enjoy." --Library Journal