Tears for the Living: DS (DS Lasser Book 22)

Tears for the Living: DS (DS Lasser Book 22)

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After a hard day working on the farm old Jack Wild is settling down for his nightly bottle of pale ale when the screaming starts, seconds later he opens the back door and the young girl staggers into the flagged kitchen, her screams of terror ringing around the room as she pulls at her long hair, her eyes wide with terror, on the brink of madness.
Ten minutes later both Jack and his wife are speechless as her tale of horror unfolds, forcing Jack out into the storm ravaged night, torch in hand as he heads for Dunston Woods, what he finds there trapped in the cone of light, hanging from the spiked metal railings is the stuff of nightmares, the kind of thing that could stop your heart dead.
For Lasser and the team the nightmare is only just beginning, and it will drag each and every one of them towards the abyss, towards a place of darkness and death, a place that will leave those who survive scarred forever.
An avenging angel is sending the demons straight to hell, the demons who lashed at his flesh, the ones who turned him into a lethal killer, a man who exists simply to slaughter the guilty.
As the body count rises Lasser tries to find a way forward but the truth is he knows a secret that is shredding his senses, leaving him powerless to function, powerless to help those in need. Yet by the end his own blood is tainted as the truth of the nightmare is finally revealed, leaving him desolate, lost in the darkness with no way back to the pinprick of light that shrinks and vanishes to nothing, nothing but eternal night.

Title:Tears for the Living: DS (DS Lasser Book 22)
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    Tears for the Living: DS (DS Lasser Book 22) Reviews

  • Patricia Burton

    Definitely my favourite book of 2019 - terrifying and emotional!Gripping from the first page, a young girl, Georgia Smith finds herself in a terrifying situation. In the complete blackness of an unfam...

  • Carole Gourlay

    Well, I don’t know what happened, but once again I seemed to have missed one of the series. I started reading the next one “Constructing a Killing” and found I didn’t know what had happened in...

  • John Thys

    Blood and gutsWell that's book 22 read and what a book it is . As usual I won't bother giving you the blurb as you can read that professionally written on Amazon . What I will say is that it starts of...

  • Mary E SMYTH

    I found this a powerful book. The unusual plot line that might have been more than enough to carry the story , was quite overshadowed by the personal stories of both Lasser and Bannister, and to a les...

  • Joan Reid

    Brilliant I have just finished reading this book and the author has you engrossed in the story line you just have to keep reading. How Robin made it so intriguing and brilliant I can’t wait to read ...

  • Marie Shirley Griffin

    Lasser is a "really" wonderful, but NOT for the FAINT HEARTEDLasser is a series that I have followed for years. He's complicated, the company he sometimes just flat out tough.But you want this man on ...

  • Sue Brooke

    Wow another fantastic bookCan't believe I have just finished book 22 in the D S Lasser series all i can say is WOW these books are amazing. The characters are so real and the stories so gripping, neve...

  • Angela Thompson

    The best yet I have read all 22 this is the first one that has brought me to tears Robin Roughley is a master story teller if you’ve not yet read any of his books start at the beginning you will lo...

  • Mollie Ellis

    Gripping read!5 stars for yet another gripping book from this talented author. I really feel like I know all the characters personally and even after 22 books they have not become stale or acted out o...

  • barbara

    Book well named very emotional and horrific ride throughout the book the end has left me gagging for more soo much left unsaid can't wait for next book pls .Never tire of the characters and got really...