The Dying Place

By Luca Veste

“Darkly impressive” The Times

“A writer to watch” Mark Billingham

“Gripping, unpredictable, genuinely shocking and impossible to put down” Steve Mosby

A fate worse than death…

DI Murphy and DS Rossi discover the body of known troublemaker Dean Hughes, dumped on the steps of St Mary’s Church in West Derby, Liverpool. His body is covered with the unmistakable marks of torture.

As they hunt for the killer, they discover a worrying pattern. Other teenagers, all young delinquents, have been disappearing without a trace.

Who is clearing the streets of Liverpool?

Where are the other missing boys being held?

And can Murphy and Rossi find them before they meet the same fate as Dean?

Author: Luca Veste
Format: ebook
Release Date: 23 Oct 2014
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-752556-0
Luca Veste is a writer of Italian and Scouse heritage, ismarried with two young daughters, and is himself oneof nine children. He is currently studying Psychologyand Criminology at University in Liverpool.Luca is the editor of the Spinetingler Award nominated charity anthology Off The Record, and co-editor of True Brit Grit, another anthology of short stories for charity. He has also written short stories for numerous other publications.A former civil servant, actor, singer, and guitarist, (although he still picks it up now and again), he now divides his time between home life, University work and writing.

”'A writer to watch…” - MARK BILLINGHAM

”'Darkly impressive…disturbing and intelligent” - THE TIMES

”'Gripping, unpredictable, genuinely shocking and impossible to put downt” - STEVE MOSBY

”'Deliciously dark - I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough!” - MEL SHERRATT

”'A perfect example of how to mix social commentary with page-turning action” - MARK EDWARDS