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Graeme Cameron

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This gripping tale leaves the reader feeling conflicted as they find themselves rooting for the killer. Normal marks Cameron out as one to watch' Daily Express

"Hypnotic and chilling - you won't forget this in a hurry." - Lee Child, Sunday Times #1 bestselling autho r

He lives on your street, in a nice house with a tidy garden. He shops at your local supermarket. He drives beside you, waving to let you into the lane ahead of him.

He also has an elaborate cage in a secret basement under his garage. The food he's carefully shopping for is to feed a young woman he's holding there against her will - one in a string of many, unaware of the fate that awaits her. This is how it's been for a long time. It's normal...and it works. Perfectly.

But this time it's different...Dark, twisted and compelling, this is the most exciting and original thriller of the year PRAISE FOR NORMAL: 'Utterly compelling' - Jamie Mason, author of Three Graves Full 'A black comedy featuring a bizarre murderer who believes he suffers for his "art." Cameron has written a painfully funny story that's littered with corpses, both intentional and unintentional, and proves that sometimes spotting the craziest person on the block isn't quite as easy as it seems' - Kirkus Reviews. 'Blackly humorous' - Publishers Weekly 'Deeply creepy and very clever story told from the point of view of a nameless and rather charming, apparently "normal" bloke, who happens to be a serial killer.

A cunning idea, well executed, if you pardon the pun' - Heat 'Blackly humorous ...

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Author Graeme Cameron
Publisher Hardie Grant
Publication date 9 Apr 2015
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9781848453623

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