The second novel from the acclaimed author of Kill the Father, a Richard and Judy 2017 Bookclub pick and Sunday Times bestseller
Kill the Angel by Sandrone Dazieri
Simon & Schuster | 3 May 2018 | Hardback £14.99
The trail leads to Berlin and Venice, where the waters of the Venetian Lagoon will turn blood red...
A high-speed train from Milan draws into the station in Rome, and an horrific discovery in one carriage rocks the city. Preliminary investigations are put in the hands of Deputy Police Commissioner Colomba Caselli.
The police receive a message claiming responsibility for the act and announcing more murders to come, and they duly turn their attention to a small terrorist group of Islamic extremists. But investigator Dante Torre does not believe this angle. For him, this feels like a smokescreen concealing the actions of a killer who has a far more terrible motivation to continue.
Kill the Angel is multi-layered, complex, full of twists and turns and satisfyingly dark – one of those novels you just have to read late into the night.
About Sandrone Dazieri
Sandrone Dazieri is the bestselling author of eight novels and more than fifty screenplays. Kill the Angel is the second novel in a thrilling series featuring Colomba Caselli and Dante Torre, following the highly acclaimed Kill the Father.
Selected praise for Kill the Father
- 'Absolutely electrifying' Jeffery Deaver
- 'A thriller of the highest order. Highly recommended' Christopher Reich
- 'A mind-bending, stunningly original page-turner' Jonathan Kellerman
- ‘Kill The Father is absorbing, disturbing, clever, bizarre, original and brutal.’ Marcel Berlins, Times
- ‘two of the most intriguing detectives to have emerged in recent years…Brutal and frighteningly realistic, it never loses its grip.’ Geoffrey Wansell, Daily Mail
- ‘an intelligent thriller… very entertaining’ Jake Kerridge, Sunday Express
- ‘[a] fascinatingly complex thriller’ iPaper
- ‘a gripping read.’ Crime Scene
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