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Dark Spectre

Michael Dibdin: Dark Spectre (UK 2000)

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The killings always take place in the home, usually in broad daylight, in towns and cities all over America. The victims are of every age and background; they have been bound and gagged and shot in the head at close range. The crimes appear to be random and motiveless. No individual or group has claimed responsibility. There is certainly nothing whatsoever to connect them with an obscure religious sect operating from an island in the Pacific North-West, dedicated to the scriptural study of the poetry of William Blake and the initiation of a chosen few into the long-lost Secret of the Templars...

Dark Spectre shows off all of Michael Dibdin's formidable talents as a thriller writer and is an electrically exciting read.

Michael Dibdin: Dark Spectre. Faber & Faber; ISBN: 0571177530 (November, 2000), 341 p., £5.99

 

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Dark Specter

Michael Dibdin: Dark Specter (USA 1998)

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In this majestically unnerving novel, Michael Dibdin, the creator of the acclaimed Aurelio Zen mysteries, explores themes that might have been ripped out of today's headlines, as he charts America's dual epidemic of religious cultism and random violence.

The murders take place in distant cities and with no apparent motive. All that connects them is their cold-blooded efficiency. But a dogged Seattle detective and a horribly bereaved survivor are about to come face-to-face with their perpetrator -- a man named Los, a self-styled prophet who has the power to make his followers travel thousands of miles to kill for him. Out of mayhem and revelation, the minutiae of police work and the explosive contents of a psychotic mind, Michael Dibdin orchestrates a tour de force of dread. This should be read with the lights on and the doors firmly bolted.

Michael Dibdin: Dark Specter. Vintage Books, ISBN: 0679767231 (Febraury, 1998), 339 p., $13.95.

 

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Dark Spectre

Michael Dibdin: Dark Spectre (UK 1996)

From the Publisher:
A series of apparently random and motiveless murders occurs in towns and cities all over America. There is nothing to connect them with an obscure religious sect operating from a Pacific island, and dedicated to the scriptural study of William Blake's poetry and the initiation of a chosen few.

Michael Dibdin: Dark Spectre. Faber & Faber; ISBN: 0571177530 (November, 1996), 341 S., £5.99

 

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