Stephen King - End of Watch - Hodder & Stoughton

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    • ISBN:9781473634022
    • Publication date:07 Jun 2016
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End of Watch

By Stephen King

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A compelling and chilling suspense novel, END OF WATCH is the final stand-alone novel in King's No. 1 bestselling trilogy featuring retired detective Bill Hodges.

The cell rings twice, and then his old partner in his ear . . . 'I'm at the scene of what appears to be a murder-suicide . . . Come and take a look. Bring your sidekick with you.'

Bill Hodges, who now runs a two-person agency called Finders Keepers with partner Holly Gibney, is intrigued by the letter Z written with a marker at the scene of the crime.

As similar cases mount up, Hodges is stunned to discover the evidence points to Brady Hartsfield, the notorious 'Mercedes Killer' who they helped to convict. It should be impossible: Brady is confined to a hospital room in a seemingly unresponsive state.

But Brady Hartsfield has lethal new powers. And he's planning revenge not just on Hodges and his friends, but on an entire city.

The clock is ticking in unexpected ways...

BRADY IS BACK. AND SO IS HODGES.

The extract above is abridged from End of Watch.

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  • ISBN: 9781473642379
  • Publication date: 04 May 2017
  • Page count: 384
  • Imprint: Hodder Paperbacks
King works his customary storytelling magic, unspooling the plot threads almost as quickly as readers can turn the pages — Daily Mail on End of Watch
Bill and Holly's decidedly down-to-earth detecting...makes the novel shine. I'd back these two anywhere — Guardian on End of Watch
...the book I'd pick off the pile at the airport this summer — Evening Standard on End of Watch
Increasingly drenched with chilling spookiness. Exciting, elegant and poignant, it's a fitting finale to a brilliant trilogy — Sunday Mirror on End of Watch