For six consecutive years, the serial killer dubbed Cupid has struck, leaving a pair of lovers brutally murdered on February 14 at exactly 7 p.m.
Each year, a man and a woman bound by love would be kidnapped, and two days later, slaughtered in a barbaric ritual that left them entwined for eternity. They would be found in a frozen, gruesome human sculpture that reflected the twisted and tortured mind of Cupid.
Richard Turner, a detective inspector with the metropolitan police has been chasing the shadow of death since the first murder had been committed back in 2006, but he was no closer to ending Cupid’s trail of horror, than he was on day one.
This year however, Cupid made a mistake. This year, he has snatched Tom Wilson and his fiancée Karen Carter. That meant that he would have an extra man hunting him, for Tom Wilson has a friend, a friend you would not want as an enemy. This year, Cupid would need to look over his shoulder, because that man was ex-SAS trooper John Hanson, and he was coming for his friend. He was coming like a train.
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