The Dance Master

The Dance Master

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Hennessey and Yellich are led a not so merry dance
When Matthew Hopkins leaves his hell-hole council flat to seek out funding for his heroin addiction, he spots a plastic bag on the landing outside. Pouncing on it hopefully, he finds it contains only bones. It would seem the killer wanted to draw attention to himself, perhaps even to be caught. But when a new urgency infuses the case, will Hennessey and Yellich be able to make use of his helpfulness in time?
Publisher: Sutton, Surrey, Great Britain ; New York, N.Y. : Severn House, 2004.
ISBN: 9780727860804
0727860801
Characteristics: 183 p. ;,23 cm.

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hughnsusie Jan 27, 2013

A quick read about a serial killer in northern England. Entertaining (if a book about such a subject can be that), but gets a bit silly towards the end.

A disappointing, very abrupt and rather feeble ending, rather as though the author suddenly remembered he had to be elsewhere the next day so had to finish in a rush.

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