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A terrifying new serial-killer thriller featuring Carson Ryder, hero of the bestselling The Hundredth Man.

Thirty years after his death, Marsden Hexcamp's ‘Art of the Final Moment’ remains as sought after as ever. But this is no ordinary collection. Hexcamp's portfolio was completed with the aid of a devoted band of acolytes – and half a dozen victims, each of whom was slowly tortured to death so that their final agonies could be distilled into art.

When tiny scraps of Hexcamp's ‘art’ begin appearing at murder scenes alongside gruesomely displayed corpses, Detective Carson Ryder and his partner Harry Nautilus must go back three decades in search of answers.

Meanwhile an auction has been announced and the death collectors are gathering. These wealthy connoisseurs of serial-killer memorabilia will pay millions to acquire Hexcamp's art – unless Carson and Harry can beat them in their quest for the anti-grail.

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Jack Kerley

Jack Kerley is the author of the Carson Ryder novels, with the thirteenth installment appearing in 2017. His short stories are Almost There, published in Southern Review, Spring 2004, University of Louisiana Press, and A Season of Moles, published in Stories from the Blue Moon Café III: Anthology of Southern Writers.

Kerley's books have been translated into ten languages and published primarily in England now.

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