Tom Bryce did what any decent person would do. But within hours of picking up the CD that had been left behind on the train seat next him, and attempting to return it to its owner, he is the sole witness to a vicious murder. Then his young family are threatened with their lives if he goes to the police. But supported by his wife, Kellie, he bravely makes a statement, to the murder enquiry team headed by Detective Superintendent Roy Grace, a man with demons of his own - including his missing wife - to contend with. And from that moment, the killing of the Bryce family becomes a mere formality - and a grisly attraction. Kellie and Tom's deaths have already been posted on the internet. You can log on and see them on a website. They are looking good dead. Acclaim for Dead Simple: 'Destined for the bestsellers' Independent on Sunday 'A terrific tale of greed, seduction and betrayal' Daily Telegraph
Peter James was educated at Charterhouse and then at film school. He lived in North America for a number of years, working as a film-maker, before returning to England. His previous novels have been translated into twenty-six languages and reflect the author's deep interest in medicine, science, and the paranormal. Peter James lives in Sussex and London.