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THE FACEBOOK KILLER: Part 1. Social networking - Hannibal Lecter-style. (The Facebook Serial Killer) [Kindle Edition]

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Dermott Madison has lost everything. His wife, his daughter, job and his cherished home. One man is responsible; Abdul Hamid. When his Old Bailey trial collapses, due to a technicality, Madison takes matters into his own hands.
His manner of revenge comes to him in a dream; but how can you track down someone's nearest and dearest? You log in, look closely and let the devastation begin.
Madison takes you on his journey from being a middle-class banker to a serial killer, through his own eyes. You will feel his emotions, the hatred and rage, pain and guilt, culminating in his descent into absolute obsession itself.
This book will leave you with one fear..... Should I ever log in again?

PLEASE NOTE: The early versions of FBK series contained spelling & grammatical errors. These have been edited and corrected. Please take this into consideration when browsing the reviews.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars I don't care 29 Jan. 2012
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*Probably a spoiler warning*

Have seen it knocking around and wondered whether to read it or not. Regret I did now.

I had no feelings for the actors, be they the Anti hero or the "bad guys". Considering their crimes one should feel something about them, but no.

Although more than willing to suspend belief, there should be some honouring of reality. Here the impossible is either commonplace or easily achieved through purchasing the correct gizmo from the imported Russian "Q".
Despatching someone by throttling them with a walking stick and making it a convincing suicide? Really? Not sure even the Trumpton coroner would be baffled.
The reverse GPS automatic driving system in the busy streets of London is both incredible and laughable.
Latex masks being convincing in daylight during prolonged / repeated meetings.

Sorry, but it's just not very good, well fashioned or well executed. Were the denouement available for free I still would not bother to find out. CW.
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1.0 out of 5 stars An incredibly frustrating novel 4 Oct. 2011
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I was really frustrated by this book.

Throughout there are typos, spelling mistakes and errors. For example the lead character is, we are told, a former Royal Marine (part of the Navy) but is subsequently referred to as a soldier; we're told that he is a former bomb disposal expert, a trade not open to Royal Marines. There are numerous others littering the manuscript throughout. The chapter pagination is all over the place, so too some of the paragraph indents. These do terribly detract from the overall reading pleasure.

And this is a shame because the basic plot is imaginative and, as others have noted on here, quite readable. As a holiday novel it helped pass a hot day on the sun lounger but I was left quite exasperated that the book ended without any conclusion and one had to purchase Part 2 to read on I won't!). This is incredibly frustrating, not least as there was an awful lot of prose that could have been cut earlier to contain the plot within one volume, not two, and as such marks this book down significantly.

No doubt the author reads these reviews: I hope so! Therefore I constructively suggest that: 1) You have a writing talent that will be enhanced by procurement of a proper editor (and that means getting a proper publisher, 2) greater attention to factual detail, 3) CONTAIN YOUR WORK IN ONE BOOK! Aggghhh.

Cannot really recommend as was so exasperated at reading this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars I would read part 2 8 Aug. 2013
By Lainy
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Take a man who loses his wife, daughter and identity when a criminal rips his life apart. This is what happens to Dermott Madison who takes matters into his own hands. Using the social network Facebook Dermot begins to pick off people and become quite an elusive serial killer to pay back the people responsible (in his eyes) for his loss.

Well I started this on and off on my phone but a quarter of the way through I read it on my kindle as it got quite interesting. It is pretty far fetched in some parts but still an engaging story. Some of it is rather brutal and may be too much for some readers but for those who like their murders grisly this book is for you.

I think the fact it ends on a cliff hanger and is really only part of a story seems to have annoyed some people but I think for £0.77 (and the same for part two) it isn't that big a deal. If you get by the improbability of the stalking process it is actually really well done showing how one person can spiral so quickly and violently through grief and you get to watch as his reality alters and 1 becomes 3 (I can't explain that without spoiling some of the story, sorry).

This was my first encounter with this author and I got the story when it was free, I am intrigued to see what happens next so may well buy the next one, watch this space. A respectable 3/5 for me this time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't stop reading 26 Mar. 2013
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I found this on the list of free books! I wasn't sure as you hear about so many horror stories about Facebook but I was gripped from the beginning. I have to be honest, I didn't notice spelling mistakes, I suppose I overlook such things when I am really into a book, it doesn't really matter. Yes, it is unrealistic and it just wouldn't happen in real life-well maybe it would happen but the killer certainly would not get away with it for so long but I thought all 3 books were fab, revenge at its absolute ultimate! Highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Cracking good read 15 Sept. 2011
By Mole
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Dermott loses his wife and daughter in an house fire; he also suffers severe physical injuries himself. But it is the mental and emotional trauma that takes over his life. A man is charged with starting the fire and the death of his family; but he gets off and subsequently tries to sue the police for wrongful arrest. This leads Dermott to seek his own justice on the man and his friends.

Yes the book is full of highly graphic violence. However, what I found fascinating was the way that Dermott developed additional persona to handle certain tasks he carries out, and separated them out so easily in order to deal with some of the more distasteful aspects. Each step on the slow descent into madness and murder on an unprecendented scale seems so normal and logical.

It is very well written, although there are a few typos and some odd page separations; despite this, it is a very compelling story. I was slightly surprised that the book ends before the story is completely over; but it appears that part two is soon to be issued, and I for one will definitely be on the look out for it.

Most certainly not suitable for young people, and anyone of a nervous disposition.
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