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From the bestselling author of BEHIND HER EYES.

'Few writers blend mystery and the supernatural as well as Sarah Pinborough, but there are none who do it better. Quite, quite brilliant' John Connolly

Dr Thomas Bond is back, but this time the trial of murders leads straight to his front door.

Dr Thomas Bond, Police Surgeon, is still recovering from the events of the previous year when Jack the Ripper haunted the streets of London – and a more malign enemy hid in his shadow. Bond and the others who worked on the gruesome case are still stalked by its legacies, both psychological and tangible.

But now the bodies of children are being pulled from the Thames… and Bond is about to become inextricably linked with an uncanny, undying enemy.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1084 KB
  • Print Length: 319 pages
  • Publisher: Jo Fletcher Books; Reprint edition (30 April 2014)
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HVBK07Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

A book you will devour.

 on 18 January 2015
By Little Bookness Lane
You know those books you have to keep reading in a frenzied, all-consuming attempt to discover what happens next?

Evil Stalks The Streets Of Victorian London Once Again

7 people found this helpful.
 on 1 May 2014
By Pablo Cheesecake (The Eloquent Page)
Please note Murder is a direct sequel to Mayhem. It is entirely possible that this review may contain spoilers if you have not read the first book in this duology.

"Behind my eyes, the blood was already endless"

3 people found this helpful.
 on 8 May 2014
By D. Harris
“Murder” is a sequel to Pinborough’s 

A dark and murderous read

One person found this helpful.
 on 1 May 2014
By Janet Emson
I received a copy of this book from the publishers in exchange for an honest review.

Happy Sigh.

One person found this helpful.
 on 1 May 2014
By Liz Barnsley
Thank you SO much to all concerned for the advance reading copy. It meant I didnt have to commit murder myself…

and the Madness continues…

 on 19 October 2016
By Elspeth G. Perkin
Murder (Dr. Thomas Bond #2) is the gripping sequel to Mayhem (Dr. Thomas Bond #1) that to this reader can only be compared to a dark gourmet chocolate (or maybe a bonbon “from hell”), not everyone likes the distinct taste of the treat and many may not like these macabre tales but if you are looking for brilliantly fashioned stories with true crime facts forming the shell of something completely delectable in execution then this is the series for you. However, I must admit up until the second part of Murder (Dr. Thomas Bond #2) I was getting very weary of the affairs of the heart over enveloping the available action along with the repeated mentions and fixations of age of characters. I was also a little disappointed with the finding the same negatives that followed in chapters of Mayhem (mostly the pace and constant confusing jumps in time). Mayhem (Dr. Thomas Bond #1) even with the aforementioned minor negatives still caught my full attention and I believe I must agree with other readers saying, I liked Mayhem a bit more to Murder. Still with regards to Murder (Dr. Thomas Bond #2), something kept me reading and thinking back that can only be credited to Ms. Pinborough’s talent for telling a beyond irresistible story with an eye for detail and research, it was positively chilling how real these pages became with all of the twists on fictional and actual mysteries as the madness ensued with an ending that was just fiendishly clever. I think it would be cruel to not give a friendly warning to any gentle reader who may be thinking of delving the depths of these Historical Horrors, Murder and Mayhem are not for the fainthearted (or weak stomached), there are graphic scenes that may push boundaries with certain disturbing topics but curiosity is contagious and as per these books madness follows in the wake of mayhem; so peek if you dare. Just don’t blame me if you may think you see something out of the corner of your eye or find another reason to be afraid of deep water (like this reader now has). Pleasant dreams and happy reading!

Macabre and dark

 on 21 September 2014
By disrep
The second instalment of Dr bond’s story. Things don’t go well for the good Doctor despite his best efforts. Again I enjoyed the newspaper cuttings throughout and the best bit for me was when you find out the real murder of the title. I didn’t like this quite as much as the first in the series but it is a good read and again left me thinking on the real cases within the story and also the real Dr Bond. I am amazed at how graphic the newspapers were back then, they tell of the state of the victims in very great detail. They were very macabre and didn’t protect anyone’s sensitivities. This of course all makes for great reading if you like your horror/thrillers and to be honest you aren’t going to read this if you don’t. Sarah Pinborough has a great writing style that has good pace and her books never disappoint.

Captivating

One person found this helpful.
 on 23 July 2014
By Jan Russell
This book brilliantly brings to life the seedy side of London in the late 1890’s, the time of Jack The Ripper & the horror those murders brought to the capital. A perfect follow up to Mayhem, an absolute must read.

Five Stars

One person found this helpful.
 on 3 July 2014
By David Cox
Very clever and unusual story. Read Mayhem first as this is the continuation of the story.
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