Sat 28 January 2012, The Times

Stolen Souls by Stuart Neville

By Marcel Berlins
Stuart Neville’s mastery of Belfast Noir continues. I doubted that he could approach his stunning debut, Twelve , but Stolen Souls , his third, is as powerful and as excellent. Galya, a Lithuanian girl trafficked into prostitution, kills her captor and escapes, resulting in three more violent killings in two...
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