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I don’t read a lot of crime fiction, so I’m not sure why I picked this up, but I’m glad that I did.  It was definitely creepy and a page turner, told from the point of view of a police officer, a murderer, and a helpline volunteer at a confidential call-in support center.  Don’t read it before bedtime!

“Not for the faint of heart or stomach, but for the rest of you, The Murder Code heralds the American debut of a major new voice in crime fiction.”–BookPage

“He writes like the very best American thriller writers. Cancel all other engagements for the day.”–The Guardian

“Mosby joins Ken Bruen, Mo Hayder, Val McDermid, and others on the dark side of UK crime fiction; his thrillers build suspense superbly, but his real strength is in character development. All his characters, particularly the women, are well drawn and complex, without a cliché in the bunch.”–Booklist