Emma Kavanagh: The Killer On The Wall

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35 This was my second Kavanagh and uite different it was a bit slow to start and I guessed early on who the killer was I suppose that comes from reading a lot of mysterythrillers but it was still a good story with some interesting characters and a great setting though as someone else mentioned some history on Hadrian s Wall would have been interesting I will be icking up books by this author in future Emma Kavanagh s sychological novels are a thing of beauty She does something a bit different and uniue this time with the horrors of small town murder The Killer on the Wall is the latest to hit the shelvesIsla Bell a teenager on a morning run discovers three bodies murdered and displayed at Hadrian s Wall in Northumbria This leads to her fascination with killers She ursues a career investigating them using technology to identify The Scot psychotic tendencies through The first body comes as a shockThe second brings horrorThe third signals the beginning of a nightmareWhen fifteen year old Isla Bell finds three bodiesropped against Hadrian’s Wall her whole world falls apart In such a close kni.

I Intense and atmospheric The Killer On The Wall is a chilling story about Isla Bell a young girl that finds three bodies Spring Snow propped against Hadrian s wall This will have a great impact on her life She will later on dedicate her life studying the brains of serial killers in hope that one day she will find what makes aerson a killer Then 20 years later a body is found The Greatest Victory propped up against the wall and then anotherI found The Killer On The Wall the be interesting to read There are several POV s in this book among them are Isla her husband who survived the first attack 20 years ago and her father who caught the killer But the oneerson I think I liked the best was Mina a young cop that has been transferred from London to Briganton to get away from her overbearing family Now she faces a nightmare with a serial killer looseI read The Missing Hours by the same author. T community everyone knows the victims and the man who did itTwenty years on and Isla has dedicated her life to forensic sychology; studying the brains of serial killers and even coming face to face with the convicted murderer who.

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Last year and I think this book is better This story was much interesting and all these different characters make this story engrossing to read The ending was erhaps not that surprising since there is just not many suspects to chose from any However I found it fitting because even though one can know a Fates Monolith (MacLomain, person well can even the best of us be blind when it comes to seeing things I want to thank theublisher for At the Wolfs Table providing me with a free copy through NetGalley for an honest review I was hoping for from this Theremise is a good hook I love a bit of serial murder in a small town Yet I guessed the ending within the first few chapters it was obvious and very clearly signposted After that it was just watching everyone in the multiple POVs bumble their way to the same conclusion You only really need to read the first and last 10% if you read it at allARC via Netgalle. Turned her world upside down She is safe after all with him behind barsThen another body appears against the Wall And another As the nightmare returns and the body count rises everyone in town is a suspectWho is the Killer on the Wa.

Emma Kavanagh was born and raised in South Wales After graduating with a PhD in Psychology from Cardiff University she spent many years working as a police and military psychologist training firearms officers command staff and military personnel throughout the UK and Europe Now she is lucky enough to be able to write for a living She lives in South Wales with her husband young sons and a d