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on 28 March 2008
A serial killer is stalking the streets of Philadelphia. His modus operandi is to re-enact murder scenes from famous films, but for real, on his unsuspecting victims. He films the murders and inserts them into the relevant, rented video, where it will be discovered, by the next person who rents it out, from the video store.
I found this book a fairly interesting read, and the two main characters characters in the book, detectives Kevin Byrne and Jessica Balzano, quite good. There was usually enough action going on to keep my interest, as the Philadelphia Police Department try to find their killer. However, there was nothing about the book that made it outstanding, in a crowded genre.