Remorseless

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Peter Leech is a devious killer, brutalized by years in prison. Now he is up for parole and, one way or another, he wants out. Can criminal profiler Doc Powers unravel the truth about Leech and stop him taking revenge on those he blames for his conviction? And can Doc help protect the beautiful parole officer who has unwittingly become the subject of this psychopath’s wild obsessions More

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About Will Patching

I love writing and I love reading, especially crime thrillers. Everything from psychological suspense to standard whodunnits, I enjoy them all.

Publishing my novels in eBook format prompted me to set up a website dedicated to novels and movies featuring psychopaths. You can find it at

http//www.remorselessfiction.com

If you want to read some backstory, extras and the opening scenes of the screenplay for Remorseless then please visit

http://www.remorselessthriller.com.

I sometimes get asked why I write. Creating fictional characters and setting them running through scenes conjured from your own imagination is exciting - especially when they choose to do stuff you don't expect or even want them to do!

These characters seem to come to life as I write - so much so that I was genuinely upset when I had to kill off one of my 'imaginary friends'! I know - it sounds pathetic, but then again Tom Cruise makes millions pretending he's someone he's not...

Reviews

Review by: Geoff Maynard on April 02, 2012 : star star star star star
I was expecting this book to be good. I wasn't disappointed. It's good, a very good read all round, far superior to the vast majority of airport novels and the like which adorn the bookshop shelves. Well researched and a story well told. It starts at a brisk pace and speeds as it progresses, good old fashioned story-telling at it's very best. I am now in my sixties and the clock is ticking - consequently I am a grumpy old man and have little time for also-rans. This is not an also ran - I repeat - it's right up there with the very best.
My wife also read this book. It is rare that we both find a book which we both like and are sorry to have finished but Remorseless filled the bill for both of us.

Read it. You won't be disappointed.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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