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      First Pegasus Books hardcover edition.
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      Summary: As the manhunt for the Red River Killer intensifies, Detective Inspector Will Turner finds himself fighting to stay involved in the investigation.
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      MOSBY, S. You can run. [s.l.] : Pegasus Crime, 2017. Disponível em: . Acesso em: 21 nov. 2019.
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      Mosby S. You Can Run. Pegasus Crime; 2017. Accessed November 21, 2019.
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      Mosby, S. (2017). You can run. Pegasus Crime. Retrieved from
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      Mosby, Steve. 2017. You Can Run. Pegasus Crime.
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      Mosby, S. (2017) You can run. Pegasus Crime. Available at: (Accessed: 21 November 2019).
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      Mosby, S 2017, You can run, Pegasus Crime, viewed 21 November 2019, .
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      Mosby, Steve. You Can Run. Pegasus Crime, 2017. EBSCOhost,
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      Mosby, Steve. You Can Run. Pegasus Crime, 2017.
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      Mosby S. You can run [Internet]. Pegasus Crime; 2017 [cited 2019 Nov 21]. Available from:


Booklist Reviews 2017 October #2

Early in this perplexing thriller, the detective frowns at a shelf of crime fiction and disses "violence as entertainment," adding "it all felt the same." Not here. From the offbeat beginning—a car crashes into a garage and reveals a woman held prisoner—to the tangled solution, author Mosby is breaking the mold. Responders find the remains of 13 dead women in the house with the garage, and Detective Inspector Will Turner suspects he's found the lair of a serial killer. But he must be careful. His superiors can't know he loved one of the victims or he'll be taken off the case. And he must keep control as some mighty strange folk emerge. Like the novelist who writes about his wife—another of the killer's victims—in a way that gives Turner the creeps. As the end looms, we learn that the killer had a publicist who "had woven a story not from words and pictures, but from reality itself." Add doses of introspection, and one has a novel that mystifies while it spooks. A thoughtful entertainment, ideal for readers seeking the offbeat. Copyright 2017 Booklist Reviews.

PW Reviews 2017 October #2

This fusion of mystery, police procedural, and noir thriller from CWA Dagger Award–winner Mosby (The Reckoning on Cane Hill) is pure crime fiction gold. A serial killer who has been abducting women from an unspecified area of England for almost two decades is identified after a car accidentally crashes into his garage and reveals a nearly-dead victim. Det. Insp. Will Turner, whose first love was one of the victims, vows to capture the man whom the media has dubbed the Red River Killer. The search is complicated by the husband of one of the victims, who appears to know more than he should about the case, and by a strange set of notes allegedly from the killer sent to the police that may indicate the involvement of another person. The narrative is powered by darkly lyrical prose and a cast of nuanced characters, but it's the bombshell plot twists at novel's end that will leave readers more than satisfied. This is one of those exceedingly rare novels that's virtually impossible to put down. Agent: Carolyn Whitaker, London Independent Books (U.K.). (Dec.)

Copyright 2017 Publishers Weekly.