Kill A Stranger

Kill A Stranger

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They took your fiancée.
They framed you for murder.

You're given one chance to save her. To clear your name.
You must kill someone for them.

They give you the time and place.
The weapon. The target.

You have less than 24 hours.
You only know that no-one can be trusted...and nothing is what it seems.

Title:Kill A Stranger
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781472270955
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    Kill A Stranger Reviews

  • Mark

    If you are a Simon Kernick full on fan this will be a treatI used to be, devouring every book the day of release and then haven’t read the last few so was keen to see how I fared with this oneAll th...

  • Bruce Hatton

    Sure enough, by the end of the first chapter, there’s already a dead body. But then, I’d expect nothing less from “The Body Count King” Simon Kernick.Failed actor turned hotelier Matt Walters ...

  • Sean Peters

    Simon Kernick, one of my favourite authors, often known for his great action thrillers. Here we have a rare stand-alone thrillers with a different pace, very unusual storyline, but great pace, grippin...

  • Richard Coupland

    Another absolutely brilliant story from the mind of Simon Kernick. How far would you go for someone you love? Would you risk your life for them? Would you kill for them? Questions that have you wonder...

  • Abbie

    Matt returns home from work to find his wife dead in his bed..except it isn't his wife at all, Matt has never seen this woman before in his life. He then starts to receive calls and finds out his wife...

  • Gary

    I loved reading the early Simon Kernick novels especially the Tina Boyd series and he quickly became one of my favourite authors. However more recently I have found some of his recent novels a bit hit...

  • Stephen

    fast paced thriller which make you think and enjoyed the twist and turns ...

  • Heather Love

    I read this in two days, it kept me guessing from the start, however I did guess who the culprit was quite early only, just intuition, mind. It grips you from the start, no messing, straight into the ...

  • Cazg

    I finished the book purely because that is what I do. If the author continues to write (& hopefully improve with better editing etc) I would suggest they do not repeat the mistake of writing in first ...

  • Gary

    I loved reading the early Simon Kernick novels especially the Tina Boyd series and he quickly became one of my favourite authors. However more recently I have found some of his recent novels a bit hit...