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  • A clever compelling spiderweb of a plot, weaving together the complex yet realistic minds of the underworld and the police.

    Jane Corry, bestselling author of My Husband's Wife, -
  • Matthew Frank writes so well and in DC Joe Stark he has developed a complex hero, remote yet relatable, decent yet conflicted. Equally compelling is Stark's nemesis, the sinuous Julian Sinclair with his reptilian charm. Tense and twisty, with a rich cast of characters, The Killer Inside is completely gripping. I ignored children, a ringing phone, hunger, everything just to devour the last hundred pages.

    Karen Perry, bestselling author of Your Closest Friend, -
  • The Killer Inside is a gripping, pacy read with a "one more chapter" compulsiveness.

    Laura Marshall, bestselling author of Friend Request, -
  • Nail-bitingly tense plotting, with characters you can't help but root for, The Killer Inside is a standout addition to this compelling series

    Susi Holliday, author of The Last Resort, -
  • The Killer Inside is the definition of a page turner. Matthew Frank gives us cops torn by the prospect of protecting a killer who cheated justice. They know he has done it but proving it is another thing. Then another girl dies while their man is still in hospital. What if they had the wrong man all along? DC Stark is a terrific creation. The kind of character you want more from and soon please.

    Howard Linskey, best-selling author of The Chosen One, -
  • Seriously good . . . The Killer Inside is an excellent addition to a fine series, and Joe Stark is coming into his own as a fascinating and multi-layered character, as are the rest of the team. Matthew has written a tightly plotted thrilling page turner of a book

    James Oswald, author of the Inspector McLean Series, -
  • Matthew Frank is a master at juggling light and darkness. His Joseph Stark books explore the legacy of trauma and injury, while serving up satisfying plots with plenty of twists. In this latest, the stakes are horribly high for his hero who, beset by demons and danger, nevertheless acquits himself with courage and a fine line in dry wit.

    Sarah Hilary, award-winning author of the Marnie Rome series, -
  • A gripping murder story ... Frank brilliantly maintains a balance between the demands of a complex plot and his character's difficulty in returning to civilian life

    Sunday Times
  • Outstanding characterisation, passion, perfect dialogue and pinpoint plotting

    Crime Review
  • Well researched and totally convincing

    Sunday Mirror

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