A Blind Eye

by G M Ford

Thriller and Suspense

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A chilling, frightening, hair-raising tale that I was unable to put down.  Frank Corso, an author and reporter, is on the run from the Texas police with former lover Meg.  In blizzard conditions they find shelter in an empty house and discover three bodies.  I will tell you no more except this is a gripping tale of murder, enclosed communities and psychotic behaviour spanning almost forty years.  It’s terrific.

Comparison: Harlan Coben, Dennis Lehane, Michael Marshall.
Similar this month: Stephen Leather, John Rickards.

Sarah Broadhurst

A Blind Eye Synopsis

The chilling new novel in the outstanding Frank Corso crime series Rules never much mattered to rogue reporter Frank Corso. So when the Texas police release a warrant with his name on it, he runs. Accompanied by Meg Dougherty, his former lover, Corso heads straight into a furious blizzard and the pair are forced to seek shelter in an abandoned house. But in their isolated retreat, Corso and Meg make a horrific discovery - the grisly remains of Eldred Holmes and his young family. With the police firmly on his tail, Corso begins a murder-hunt that will carry him through a chilling history of terror and bloodshed, and make him the target of a rage-driven master of reinvention...

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ISBN: 9780330420167
Publication date: 05/08/2005
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Format: Paperback

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ISBN: 9780330420167
Publication date: 5th August 2005
Author: G M Ford
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Format: Paperback
Genres: Thriller / Suspense,
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About G M Ford

G. M. Ford is the author of the critically acclaimed Leo Waterman novels as well as the Frank Corso series. A former creative writing teacher in western Washington, he is now a full-time writer who makes his home in Seattle. 

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