Captives

Captives by Sean Hutson

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The murders had been savage and apparently motiveless. Carbon copies of killings committed years earlier and by men currently incarcerated in one of Britain`s top maximum security prisons. How could this be?

    Detective Inspector Frank Gregson must find the answers. Answers which will bring him into conflict with one of those prisoners, a man framed for a murder he didn`t commit and determined to discover who framed him and why.

    These two obsessive men, on their private quests, will clash as they seek the truth which links Whitely Prison with London`s seedy underworld of sex-shows and drug barons.

    One wants vengeance, the other wants the truth. What they discover threatens not only their lives but their sanity…

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Sean Hutson

A book by Sean Hutson

Shaun Hutson (born 1958) is a British writer known for his horror novels and dark urban thrillers. He was born and raised in Hertfordshire, England and currently lives and works in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. After dropping out of school, he worked as a doorman in a cinema, bartender and salesman before becoming a professional writer. His work often shocks readers. For example, Sean Doyle, the antihero of several of his books, is an "anti-terrorist" with a penchant for brutal violence and a degree of disdain for authority. Doyle is often heavily armed using a Desert Eagle .50 caliber and automatic Beretta 93R submachine gun. Ramsey Campbell harshly criticized the novel Heathen in a parade style. To which Hutson always replies that Barker and Campbell are part of a clique of horror makers who give positive and brilliant reviews of each other`s books. And he adds that the only writer he respects is Stephen King ...

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Shaun Hutson (born 1958) is a British writer known for his horror novels and dark urban thrillers. He was born and raised in Hertfordshire, England and currently lives and works in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. After dropping out of school, he worked as a doorman in a cinema, bartender and salesman before becoming a professional writer. His work often shocks readers. For example, Sean Doyle, the antihero of several of his books, is an "anti-terrorist" with a penchant for brutal violence and a degree of disdain for authority. Doyle is often heavily armed using a Desert Eagle .50 caliber and automatic Beretta 93R submachine gun. Ramsey Campbell harshly criticized the novel Heathen in a parade style. To which Hutson always replies that Barker and Campbell are part of a clique of horror makers who give positive and brilliant reviews of each other`s books. And he adds that the only writer he respects is Stephen King ... Quote: the only writer I respect - the rest are too much about what they do and pay too much attention to their work. Hutson`s work is especially popular in prison libraries. Sean Hutson is fond of cinema, rock music (played as a drummer and guitarist). He is also a football fan, a Liverpool fan for over 30 years. Bibliography: Slugs (1982) The Skull (1982) Spawn (1983) Erebus (1984) The Terminator (1984) Shadows (1985) Breeding Ground (1985) Relics (1986) Death Day (1987) Victims (1987) Assassin (1988) Nemesis (1989) Renegades (1991) Captives (1991) Heathen (1993) Deadhead (1993) White Ghost (1994) Lucy`s Child (1995) Stolen Angels (1996) Knife Edge (1997) Purity (1998) Warhol`s Prophecy (1999) Exit Wounds (2000) Compulsion (2001) Hybrid (2002) Hell to Pay (2003) Necessary Evil (2004) Twisted Souls ( 2005) Dying Words (2006) Unmarked Graves (2007) Body Count (2008)