Yve Williams, née Morris, popularly known as Alex Barclay (born Bayside, Dublin, Ireland in 1974), is a former Irish journalist turned crime writer.
Yve Williams, née Morris, popularly known as Alex Barclay (born Bayside, Dublin, Ireland in 1974), is a former Irish journalist turned crime writer. After qualifying at Dublin City University, she worked for magazines including U Magazine and the RTE Guide before turning to crime writing. She has published two novels in one series, six in another, and other books.
The Caller Paperback – 2012. by ALEX BARCLAY (Author).
He offered him a seat, then stood by the wall, gently swinging his putter and guiding a fluorescent golf ball into a green machine that fired it right back at him. ‘Precision,’ he said. d on an ergonomic stool behind his desk. What can I do for you?’. I have a question,’ said Joe. ‘What would stop you getting your teeth fixed if they’d been injured or broken in some way?’. Depends what you mean. Joe held out a brown envelope. Could you look at a few crime scene photos for me? I think the perp spent some time working on the victims’ teeth or mouths.
Alex Barclay The Caller. He’s working on a book. ‘Yeah, well, I’ve been bus. ‘Yeah – your old man’s writing his memoirs. Bobby shot out a laugh. The body of Ethan Lowry was laid out on the perforated surface of a stainless steel table in the basement of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. A body block lay under his back, forcing out his trunk that had been emptied of its organs. A handwritten, bloodstained list with their weights lay by the scales. Joe and Danny were dressed in scrubs, gowns and gloves, with face masks hanging around their necks. ‘Really?’ said Joe. ‘What can I-’.
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In The Sunday Times bestselling novel & Alex Barclay took you on a terrifying excursion to hell and back
In The Sunday Times bestselling novel & Alex Barclay took you on a terrifying excursion to hell and back no way out. He targets victims in their own homes, subjecting them to a terrifying ordeal before leaving their lifeless bodies in their hallway for a loved one to find. at first the murders appear unrelated, the notion of a serial killer at large almost dismissed.