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The Train Rider

The Train Rider

As Victoria’s top homicide investigator, Darian Richards spent years catching killers. But there was one man he couldn’t catch, who drove him to the edge: the Train Rider.

When someone began snatching girls, Darian swore to stop them. At first the criminal would keep them a week then give them back. Darian warned that wouldn’t last – it didn’t. From then on, their bodies were never found. Girls kept disappearing and all they had in common was the fact they’d last been seen on a train.

The ever-increasing list of the vanished broke Darian, forcing him to walk away. Now, retired on the Gold Coast, the nightmares have finally stopped. But then three girls go missing from Queensland trains. Darian knows that the killer is playing him, that he has a choice to make. But when the decision means a girl will die, there is no choice. He has to stop this man once and for all.

The third book in the Darian Richards series
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 10th July 2014

Price: £2.99

ISBN-13: 9780751557633

Reviews

One of the most complex and uncompromising heroes since Harry Bosch
Weekend Australian on Promise
Chilling and memorable: top-notch Aussie noir definitely not for the faint-hearted
Graeme Blundell on Promise
For crime fans thirsty for an Aussie voice
Woman's Day on Promise
Tony Cavanaugh's searing debut marks the beginning of what should be a very promising writing career
Canberra Times on Promise
Cavanaugh's capacity to crawl inside the mind of his killer character is convincing and frightening, walking the reader in graphic detail through the acts of stalking, abduction, torture and killing
Herald Sun on Promise
Compulsive reading, Promise itself is more menacing, more disturbing and much more confronting than any other crime thriller on the shelves. It is brutal. It is terrifying. It is a brilliant book
ABC on Promise
The good part of any crime story is an intricate yet totally authentic plot, allowing the reader to suspend any disbelief for the entire journey. Mr Cavanaugh manages this with the deftness of a tightrope walker - all the while retaining his own unique approach to the characters and backdrop
The New York Journal of Books on Promise