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Final Track (Detective Mahoney Series Book 1) by Julie Hiner
Final Track (Detective Mahoney Series Book 1) by Julie Hiner
Final Track (Detective Mahoney Series Book 1) by Julie Hiner


Final Track (Detective Mahoney Series Book 1) by Julie Hiner

Julie Hiner


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2022 Finalist Kindle Book Awards Horror/Suspense

A hallucination plagued detective teams up with a criminal profiler in the wild underground of heavy metal to hunt a serial killer carving lyrics into the flesh of his victims.

The sweet aroma of honeysuckle spattering the bushes was drowning in a stale smell of decay.
Detective Mahoney’s gaze was drawn in an instant to the thin lips lined in rouge, dramatically posed as if the victim had been enunciating a critical word when her last breath of life was taken.
“Looks like our city just got a ramp up in killer calibre.”

The year is 1987. Hair is big. Rock ’n’ roll is hard.

When a body with a glam-rock makeover is discovered, a detective haunted by a dark past must embrace new investigative techniques.

"Se7en meets Guns n Roses meets Red Dragon meets Motley Crue" - Author of Hunting Abigail

A serial killer leaves a trail of carnage without a trace.

"Dark, engaging, and twisted like a sister, Final Track could easily become a crime fans fiction favorite." - True Crime Guru

A detective is trapped in the wild underground of heavy metal…

Closer to the killer than he knows…

Will he be the hunter or the prey?

"An exciting psychological thriller that will transport you back to a time when big haired rock stars ruled the airwaves." -Convivial raconteur who never left the 80s

"A dark love letter to the 80s, a grisly glam-rock concept album that'll take you back, and give you chills." - Author of Infractus

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Nice Crossover Of Genres

This was unusual. It combined the police procedural genre with some really good gore. Once I got to half way through I could not put this down until I finished. The author did a good job of keeping it in the 80s when it came to technology and forensics and I am excited to start the next instalment.