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Red Angel ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☉ Red Angel Author Andrew Harper – Thomashillier.co.uk You see him every day But you don t know who he ison the insideAmong the neighborhoods full of lovely palm trees and clear blue swimming pools of California, a new killer is hunting Pursued by rookie You see him every day But you don t know who he ison the insideAmong the neighborhoods full of lovely palm trees and clear blue swimming pools of California, a new killer is hunting Pursued by rookie cop Jane Laymon and psychologist Trey Campbell, this murderer s pathology may be linked to inmate Michael Scoleri AKA Abraxas at the Darden State Hospital for Criminal Justice Do they communicate with their minds The young man in the straitjacket doesn t want the Red Angel to be caught But his skin holds the name of an upcoming victim And up on Moon Lake, in the San Bernardino mountains, a terrifying killer plans to descend into the valley to find his next victim.

  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Red Angel
  • Andrew Harper
  • English
  • 16 November 2018
  • 084395275X

10 thoughts on “Red Angel

  1. Kelly Kelly says:

    Do you know how many emails I get a week by people asking what my problem is Far too many To answer just a few of them let me simply say this No, there is no stick there Yes, my mother did hug me enough, No and You should be ashamed for even asking Anywho, rather than spew yet another diatribe of Dear Lord End My Pain , I have decided to turn my anguish into a much beloved past time a drinking game Take one sip every time Someone exclaims any one of No Oh my God Trey flashe Do you know how many emails I get a week by people asking what my problem is Far too many To answer just a few of them let me simply say this No, there is no stick there Yes, my mother did hug me enough, No and You should be ashamed for even asking Anywho, rather than spew yet another diatribe of Dear Lord End My Pain , I have decided to turn my anguish into a much beloved past time a drinking game Take one sip every time Someone exclaims any one of No Oh my God Trey flashes back to his previous encounter with Agnes The Surgeon Hatcher The story manages to convey an eerie atmosphere You find a misspelled word The pace becomes inert The word madman appears Warning you may get intoxicated from this action alone The setting is either at the hospital or at the police station Take two sips every time A new character appears and then is never heard from again Something way too convenient occurs to help them investigate the case The narrator repeats himself The hospital is described in evendetail than your last check up A child dies You can predict the next chapter Warning this happens in every chapter You yawn, doze off, rest your eyes, or catch flies Down the bottle every time You feel a headache coming on because of the book s similarity to Harris s Silence of the Lamb You feel like screaming, Vanna, for the love of all that is holy, give them a CLUE And for all you tolerant drinkers out there who haven t had enough, I Dare you to drink every time the villain is identified as It As posted on Horror Web

  2. Chana Chana says:

    I don t have a problem with this book in particular, I have a problem with the genre I picked this book out of a bookbox, and it is not bad for it s type It is well thought out, well plotted and organized It never gets boring or bogged down in explanations The problem with it is that it is gross I think that the author intended some worthy points here in regards to types of people and how they react to abusive situations, but I was too grossed out to want to make a study of it.

  3. Jool Jool says:

    Are you looking for serial killers, horror and the psychologically twisted Look no further than the Douglass Clegg series entitled criminally insane You will getChills wondering how this plot will turn out

  4. Mrs A. J. Turbfield Mrs A. J. Turbfield says:

    Not a particularly nice story,confusing and difficult to get into Not a good ending eitherAs everything is left hanging and the baddie still on the run Not overly fond of this style of writing Doubt I will read .

  5. Allaine Allaine says:

    I loved book onecouldn t put it down but book two was a bit harder to read I think for me it was a bit confusing with what I think of as two plots.I really do enjoy your booksthis one ok.

  6. Barbara Nixon Barbara Nixon says:

    Red AngelEnjoyed this second book in the criminally insane series Great story line Getting ready to order book three I expect to enjoy it as much as the other two.

  7. Kanda Trask Kanda Trask says:

    I enjoyed this read but it did not nearly grab my attention like Bad Karmahoping Night Cage is better

  8. Linda Branham Greenwell Linda Branham Greenwell says:

    An interesting read although it does give people with mental illness a bad name It is disturbing and dark with a twist of psychic abilities

  9. Annette Murray Annette Murray says:

    Different serial killer, same other support staff Still good and sick.

  10. Joanne Edwards Joanne Edwards says:

    ExcellentAnother great read from Douglas His ability to write a thrilling horror is amazing After reading the 1st and 2nd book, I m now looking forward to the 3rd

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