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read doc ✓ The Soul Collector ¸ ☆ ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☆ The Soul Collector ✪ Author Paul Johnston – Gwairsoft.co.uk Brutally targeted by the 'White Devil' serial killer Matt Wells knows what it's like to look evil in the face and survive He's rebuilt his life but has never stopped looking over his shouldeDer Then his best friend is found murdered and cryptic clues to the next victim are sent to Ma Paul Johnston is a very good writer but personally I feel that this book is a bit too dark for my likingIf you want a dark violent vicious serial killer story then this is for you but I suspect I am over the genre The writing is descriptive though the supporting characters can be a bit cliché in particular Karen Oaten the love interest The sidekicks of the main character are also a bit to helpful to the plot but you do feel that there is enough character and individuality in them

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Vil in the face and survive He's rebuilt his life but has never stopped looking over his shoul When reading the blurb on the back of the book while at the library I didn't realise I had actually read this before It wasn't until is at down to read it properly I recognised it I enjoyed it enough to want to read it a second time around but it hadn't been good enough to stick in my memory It is certainly fast paced with a lot of action and uninteresting story but somehow it doesn't uite grab the attention And I thought the ending was simply a device to get people to read the next book in the series

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The Soul CollectorBrutally targeted by the 'White Devil' serial killer Matt Wells knows what it's like to look e The Soul Collector is the second installment in a fun crime saga following writer Matt Wells What isn't so fun is the antics of his former girlfriend Sara who is now following in the footsteps of her brother the White Devil serial killer from the first book in the seriesMatt Wells is pretty savvy for a writer going up against nasty bad guys and solves some intricate puzzles along the way that had me scratching my head I enjoyed the fact that this time I was surprised by the identities of the sidekicks which I had figured out early on in the first book I usually figure that stuff out early on so I didn't count it against the author but I do give him major kudos for fooling me this time The author also gets accolades from me for managing to conjure up an atmosphere of fear and horror without being overly graphic with the bloody gore I don't like gratuitous nastiness that just turns mey stomach and Johnston walks the fine line between making it authentic and frightening without just turning it gross