Redheads



❰Epub❯ ❤ Redheads Author Jonathan Moore – E17streets4all.co.uk A killer far worse than insaneChris Wilcox has been searching for years, so he knows a few things about his wife s killer Cheryl Wilcox wasn t the first All the victims were redheads All eaten alive a A killer far worse than insaneChris Wilcox has been searching for years, so he knows a few things about his wife s killer Cheryl Wilcox wasn t the first All the victims were Redheads All eaten alive and left within a mile of the ocean The trail of death crosses the globe and spans decadesThe cold trail catches fire when Chris and two other survivors find a trace of the killer s DNA By hiring a cutting edge lab to sequence it, they make a terrifying discovery The killer is far dangerous than they ever guessed And now they re being hunted by their own prey.Redheads

Jonathan Moore is a Bram Stoker Award nominated author of six novels His third novel, THE POISON ARTIST, was a selection of the BBC Radio Book Club His novels have been translated into ten languagesHis most recent novel is THE NIGHT MARKET, which will be followed by BLOOD RELATIONS on June , Before graduating from law school in New Orleans, he lived in Taiwan for three years, guided whitewater raft trips on the Rio Grande, and worked as an investigator for a criminal defense attorney in Washington, DC He has also been an English teacher, a bar owner, a counselor at a wilderness camp for juvenile delinquents, and a textbook writerConnect with Jonathan on Facebook at facebook jonathanmoorefiction.

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    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader left within a mile of the ocean The trail of death crosses the globe and spans decadesThe cold trail catches fire when Chris and two other survivors find a trace of the killer s DNA By hiring a cutting edge lab to sequence it, they make a terrifying discovery The killer is far dangerous than they ever guessed And now they re being hunted by their own prey."/>
  • Paperback
  • 312 pages
  • Redheads
  • Jonathan Moore
  • English
  • 24 January 2019
  • 1619215705

10 thoughts on “Redheads

  1. says:

    Redheads is a really well written and interesting novel from the author Jonathan Moore I started reading this book with very little idea of what it was about, it took me on a journey unexpected in so many ways If you like a book to have plenty of thrilling action with a twist of the bizarre and the unknown, this is one you may indeed really love Not your average thriller, mentioned to be part thriller part horror, I disagree slightly, the horror element is not really there Disturbing thrille Redheads is a really well written and interesting novel from the author Jonathan Moore I started reading this book with very little idea of what it was about, it took me on a journey unexpected in so many ways If you like a book to have plenty of thrilling action with a twist of the bizarre and the unknown, this is one you may indeed really love Not your average thriller, mentioned to be part thriller part horror, I disagree slightly, the horror element is not really there Disturbing thriller with a crime feel to it, yes A killer far worse than insane.Chris Wilcox has been searching for years, so he knows a few things about his wife s killer Cheryl Wilcox wasn t the first All the victims were redheads All eaten alive and left within a mile of the ocean The trail of death crosses the globe and spans decades.The cold trail catches fire when Chris and two other survivors find a trace of the killer s DNA By hiring a cutting edge lab to sequence it, they make a terrifying discovery The killer is fardangerous than they ever guessed And now they re being hunted by their own prey.The killer preys on redheads, I am a natural redhead and was keen to find out the reason why he preys only on redheads, I had to wait until the end of the book to find out Then it made a lot of sense Thank God I now colour my hair, so this killer will never find me Lucky eh It s quite graphic in parts this novel, the kill scenes are not pretty, this killer likes to rip apart, dismember, disembowel and eat parts of the victims Hannibal Lector move over, you have a competitorThere was a deep cast iron frying pan on the stove The pan and stovetop were splattered in grease A fork lay on the countertop It s tines were filmed in oil and flecked with blood Next, he put the light into the frying pan Left over scraps of meat had blackened to crisps as the pan had cooled He had no doubt that these were all that remained of Allison s breasts Yupand there iswhere that came from Chris is hot on the tail determined to find this killer who brutally stole his wife from him, along the way he connects with two others who have equal desire to hunt down this killer and bring him down, for their own personal reasons When a cutting edge laboratory is engaged to analyse DNA from the killer and the results were revealed I knew this book was going to go to a whole other level It was not going to be an ordinary crime thriller, and indeed it was not From hacking into FBI databases, accessing secret data, hunting the killer across countries this book is thrilling and really keeps you wondering what the final outcome will be, you get really hungry for the big reveal that you know must be coming There are some super tense moments in this book along the way.My one criticism is I did feel the book lagged a bit in places, almost too much information at times which detracts from the plot, the pace and the atmosphere of the book overall It s a very minor criticism For as a debut novel nominated for the Bram Stoker award, it s very bloody good.The lead up to the ending was fantastic, the reveals were well worth waiting for Will answers finally be totally revealed Is it all over, is this killer s reign of terror complete I wish that there had been a longer,drawn out ending withof the atmospheric and chilling scenes it presents, it would have really have made this book awesome.Some of the redheads fight backYou fucking animal, she thought Here s a trick right out of fucking Wild Kingdom I look like a redhead, but I ve got a stinger This one was a 4 star read for me, if it had not lost it s tension and taut atmosphere with too much relational interaction and information it at times it would have easily been a 5 star read Well worth a look I really loved the ending I received a copy of this book from the author Jonathan Moore in exchange for an honest review, many thanks.

  2. says:

    What might have been a pretty good book was ruined by an unnecessary and frankly rather gross romance I felt like there was a reader being pandered to, and that reader wasn t me.

  3. says:

    Their goal was simple to kill an animal.For a debut novel, this was extremely smart and well thought out Engaging characters with lots of action and blood that didn t get lost in the story or overpower it either 4 Stars and Highly Recommended Looking forward to readingfrom this author.

  4. says:

    Redheads is the debut novel by Jonathan Moore and has already been nominated for Superior Achievement in a First Novel by the Bram Stoker Horror Writers Awards.Chris Wilcox is tracking a particularly insane killer, a killer who thrives on the fear of his victims, a cannibalistic murderer who tortures, mutilates and consumes parts of each of his targets, a killer who leaves no trace and is seemingly as adept at hiding his tracks as he is in taking lives His targets are female s with Red hair, ge Redheads is the debut novel by Jonathan Moore and has already been nominated for Superior Achievement in a First Novel by the Bram Stoker Horror Writers Awards.Chris Wilcox is tracking a particularly insane killer, a killer who thrives on the fear of his victims, a cannibalistic murderer who tortures, mutilates and consumes parts of each of his targets, a killer who leaves no trace and is seemingly as adept at hiding his tracks as he is in taking lives His targets are female s with Red hair, generally in ports to allow for easy escape and Chris s wife was one of his victims but Chris now has a bead on him He discovered this killer likes to revisit the crime scene and this leads to a DNA sample with unbelievable results.Chris picks up help during his investigation, including Julissa, the twin sister of another victim, yes a redhead and Westfield an ex serviceman, whose wife was also taken but they might just be up against something over and above what they can possibly handle It s not till around half way into the book that we see through the eyes of the killer, what he s actually capable of and he s certainly a chilling adversary, with some terrifying talents that have aided his rampage for many years This is where the book really picks up, not to say it was slow before but when we see exactly what our protagonists are up against its macabre but definitely fascinating I won t give anyaway but this is a very well written thriller horror that deserves its nomination and I will be looking out forwork from this author.A 4.5 Rating, Recommended

  5. says:

    A brilliant, horror thriller that reads like the best of Dean Koontz I enjoyed this book from cover to cover Fast paced and very well written The story is gruesome in parts and not for the feint of heart I loved the characters and how the mystery unfolded The ending paid off well and answered all my questions Moore is a talented writer destined to be a big name star I ll be reading the rest of his books I highly recommend reading REDHEADS

  6. says:

    Eek, I can t believe I just read a horror story I didn t know I just didn t know And by the time I realised I was too invested in the story to stop Apparently this was a debut novel so I m pretty impressed.Actually it wasn t so much horror Although there were certainly some pretty gross scenes, they were mainly just plain horrible.Chris Wilcox has spent the last six years since his wife s brutal murder tracking her killer His victims span the globe Chris is at the scene of the latest ki Eek, I can t believe I just read a horror story I didn t know I just didn t know And by the time I realised I was too invested in the story to stop Apparently this was a debut novel so I m pretty impressed.Actually it wasn t so much horror Although there were certainly some pretty gross scenes, they were mainly just plain horrible.Chris Wilcox has spent the last six years since his wife s brutal murder tracking her killer His victims span the globe Chris is at the scene of the latest killing when he comes across Aaron Westfield who is also tracking the monster who killed his wife 36 years ago Then Chris is ambushed by Julissa, the sister of the latest victim Once these three realise they have the same goal, they pool resources and work together.This killer eats parts of his victims I told you it was horrible But Chris has realised he sometimes returns to the scene after forensics and the police have finished with it and has another feed of body parts he has stashed in the freezer At the latest scene, he finds a used fork and sends it to a private lab to run a DNA sequence on any alive found The results, however, are shocking The killer is not quite human So what is he it It is at this point I wondered whether I should continue but I m glad I did.Soon the group realises that they, the hunters, are also being tracked and hunted And so begins a cat and mouse chase around the globe that can only end in one way death It was pretty full on and fast paced Do not read if you have a weak stomach

  7. says:

    Very suspenseful and I got really invested in the characters up against enormous odds Quite a villain, too This is my 2nd Jonathan Moore book He is someone to keep an eye on

  8. says:

    This book simultaneously destroyed my peace of mind was so poorly written I wanted to tear my hair out The thought of a view spoiler supernatural hide spoiler killer who eats women s faces while raping them was so disturbing gross it ruined many a night after my bedside light went out, but the story itself borders on tedious with cardboard characters, an extremely implausible romance, and a killer who was almost laughably cliched I m happy to be able to move on to something that doesn This book simultaneously destroyed my peace of mind was so poorly written I wanted to tear my hair out The thought of a view spoiler supernatural hide spoiler killer who eats women s faces while raping them was so disturbing gross it ruined many a night after my bedside light went out, but the story itself borders on tedious with cardboard characters, an extremely implausible romance, and a killer who was almost laughably cliched I m happy to be able to move on to something that doesn t involve torture and cannibalism uneasily entwined with boredom Sorry, Jonathan Moore, but you did become a way better writer after this so that s a relief

  9. says:

    Redheads by Jonathan MoorePublished by Samhain PublishingA killer far worse than insane Chris Wilcox has been searching for years, so he knows a few things about his wife s killer Cheryl Wilcox wasn t the first All the victims were redheads All eaten alive and left within a mile of the ocean The trail of death crosses the globe and spans decades The cold trail catches fire when Chris and two other survivors find a trace of the killer s DNA By hiring a cutting edge lab to sequence it, they Redheads by Jonathan MoorePublished by Samhain PublishingA killer far worse than insane Chris Wilcox has been searching for years, so he knows a few things about his wife s killer Cheryl Wilcox wasn t the first All the victims were redheads All eaten alive and left within a mile of the ocean The trail of death crosses the globe and spans decades The cold trail catches fire when Chris and two other survivors find a trace of the killer s DNA By hiring a cutting edge lab to sequence it, they make a terrifying discovery The killer is fardangerous than they ever guessed And now they re being hunted by their own prey Some guys have a thing for redheads My thing started when I first saw Jessica Rabbit and I don t think I ll ever get over the fact she isn t real The killer in Jonathan Moore s Redheads really has a thing for those of a ginger persuasion some would say an unhealthy appetite What you find within these pages is one of the most grotesque villains I ve ever come across in horror literature so much so that they remain nameless throughout.Chris Wilcox lost his wife in the most tragic of circumstances and has spent the years since tracking down her twisted killer Whilst gathering evidence, Chris finds himself forming a team to complete his revenge What follows is an adventure that ticks all the boxes for a modern blockbuster Redheads is witty, heartfelt, gripping ride that grabs you by the balls or ladybits from page one and continues to squeeze until the final pulse pounding showdown We ve all seen what Dan Brown did with The Davinci Code the story rolls from scene to scene and barely pauses for breath aside from taking in clues to guide us to the next scene Redheads follows a similar formula, but manages to be about a thousand timesentertaining, whilst piling on enough gore and terror for even the sickest of horror fans The bloodshed never feels gratuitous, but almost feels necessary to drive the story forward.I thoroughly enjoyed every page of Redheads The main characters are lovable, flawed and brave, whilst the villains are suitably evil One sequence involving the tracking of a hacker through the streets of San Francisco utilising Wi Fi struck me dumb with its blatant intelligence Moore is imaginative with his action sequences, painting the numerous shootouts as if he were directing a high end thriller and his dedication to research shows as page to page, the action jumps from state to state, country to country with flawless neighbourhood knowledge and a grasp for the locale.Action check Horror check.Obligatory Romance check.Highly original, but strangely familiar, Redheads would be a welcome addition to any horror fan s collection Especially as it s been nominated for a Bram Stoker award as well.5 5www.snakebitehorror.co.uk

  10. says:

    I have to admit, this is one heck of a debut novel There are a few weak spots here and there, but overall this was an incredibly strong offering and I can see why it was nominated for a Stoker Award What I think I admired most about this was that the opening for this was incredibly strong, and you can t help but find yourself get sucked into the book s pacing There s something a little fun about joining the main character as he sneaks into the apartment of a dead woman, looking for evidence t I have to admit, this is one heck of a debut novel There are a few weak spots here and there, but overall this was an incredibly strong offering and I can see why it was nominated for a Stoker Award What I think I admired most about this was that the opening for this was incredibly strong, and you can t help but find yourself get sucked into the book s pacing There s something a little fun about joining the main character as he sneaks into the apartment of a dead woman, looking for evidence that he knows will be there that the cops wouldn t know to look for It gives us a sense of immediate camaraderie, which is helpful later on in the novel when the book begins to jump perspectives The characters here are decently done, but it s the mystery here that really got me Why exactly is this creature hunting redheads And what is it How old is it Trying to figure those things out were pretty fun while the book was in top form However the book isn t perfect There were a few off notes here and there, such as the fairly obligatory romance between Chris and Julissa, his love interest You want it to happen, but when it does happen it feels a little forced at times It s just that Chris spends so much time thinking about his murdered wife his whole reason for doing what he s doing that when he switches gears and begins to show an interest for Julissa, it s too abrupt to feel like the romance it s trying to be If anything, it feltlike Chris was trying to find a replacement Cheryl in Julissa and I kept waiting for her to say something about this, but it never came about As a result I just couldn t find their romance very convincing, despite me really wanting it to be a littlegenuine The ending is a little rushed, which detracted slightly from all of the chasing and hunting that led up to it It s good, but it sort of is a little blink and it s done I do have to say that the reason for hunting redheads is fairly interesting, though, and I wish it could have been explored just a teensy bitAll in all though, I was pretty pleased with this It has its faults, but it s an incredible first novel and I expect that we ll likely see the faults in this book get evened out in Moore s future offerings He can only learn from any missteps in Redheads, and he s a fairly promising author to watch

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