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The Life and Times of William Boule: A gripping psychological thriller (The Miller Stories Book 2)


  • Max China


  • Literature & Fiction
  • Suspense
  • Kidnapping
  • Murder
  • Serial Killers
  • Vigilante Justice
  • British
  • Psychological
  • Noir
Taunting a psychopathic killer is not a good idea…

A journalist hatches a plan to lure a serial killer out of hiding using herself as bait.
She writes and distributes a book with his name in the title, knowing when he reads what she reveals about him, he’ll come after her, and she’ll scoop a great story.
But, taunting someone like Boule is not a good idea, and it isn’t long before she’s running for her life.

What people are saying about The Life and Times of William Boule:

‘China keeps the reader guessing with the direction the plot is going to take next and the pace is frantic, the chase scenes desperate and nerve wracking and the pauses in action claustrophobic with menace. Everything gathers pace and momentum neatly until the final showdown which is perfectly pitched in terms of drama.’ UK Reviews.

‘This book had an awesome story line with excellent character development...I absolutely loved Mohammed, Carla worked on my nerves, and Boule was masterfully insane! If you’re looking for an action-packed thriller that you won’t be able to put down, I highly recommend this one!’ Source USA reviews.

‘A blistering story from an author tipped as one of the top 50 crime writers to watch in 2014.’ Source USA reviews.

‘So many things make this book stand out. China’s descriptions of the dusty streets of Morocco, full of colours and smells are extremely immersive. His characters are all very solid and well-drawn. I particularly liked the local police chief who turns out to be a very shrewd and resourceful operator in his own right at working out what is going on. Boule is suitably amoral and nasty, a real sociopath, but when the narrative is from his point of view, the reader finds out his self-justification for his actions.’ Source UK reviews.

'Another gripping story following on from The Sister,, Looking forward to more tales with Miller and Carla Black.' Australian Reviews.

'A word rare in a world of endless repetitive fiction. This book is unique. The blend of the fey, with the horrors of tainted childhood and foreign places is all stirred with some truly unique characters. I will be find the other an reading them. An excellent book that kept me enthralled.' Canada Reviews.

If you love fast-paced action thrillers, don’t miss this edge of your seat read which keeps you guessing until the end!