“I’ll come back.”
These were the chilling words of Malcolm Stephen Underdown before being led away by police following his brutal murderer of Edward Craig, the fiancé of Underdown’s former girlfriend, Jane Harrison.
Found in the couple’s flat in Pimlico, crazed and covered in blood, Underdown had stabbed Edward Craig to death and was about to do the same to Jane – before he was forcefully apprehended by police.
Now, four years after the murder, Jane has managed to rebuild her life – but she can never forget that fateful night.
And when Underdown escapes from the minimum security mental hospital where he was undergoing treatment, it appears that a deranged killer is back on the loose.
With Underdown’s words now coming back to haunt her, Jane is terrified for her life – will Underwood keep his chilling promise?
Detectives George Macrae and Leopold Silver must find Underwood before it is too late…
The final instalment in the Macrae and Silver series, Night Moves is a chilling crime novel with a shocking climax.
Alan Scholefield was born in 1931 in Cape Town, South Africa. After leaving university he became a journalist and travelled widely in southern and central Africa, Europe, and America. He now lives in Hampshire with his wife and has three daughters.
Most famous for his Macrae and Silver series, Scholefield has also written other novels, including Venom, which was made into a film in 1981.