Format Hardcover
Publication Date 02/07/17
ISBN 9781681773186
Trim Size / Pages 8.6 x 5.9 in / 452

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Zodiac

A Novel

Sam Wilson

In a volatile society ruled and divided by its citizens' zodiac signs, a serial killer is on the loose: is it a misguided revolution or something more sinister?

A starting new thriller with one of the most original concepts in years, where the line between a life of luxury and an existence of poverty can be determined by the stroke of midnight.

In San Celeste, a series of uniquely brutal murders targets victims from totally different walks of life. In a society divided according to Zodiac signs, those differences are cast at birth and binding for life. All eyes are on detective Jerome Burton and astrological profiler Lindi Childs—divided in their beliefs over whether the answer is written in the stars, but united in their conviction that there is an ingenious serial killer executing a grand plan.

Together, they will unravel a dark tale of betrayal, lost love, broken promises and a devastating truth with the power to tear their world apart . .

Sam Wilson has written, developed, and directed a number of television programs and documentaries. Zodiac is his début novel. He lives in South Africa.

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Endorsements & Reviews

“Smart and compelling, Sam Wilson is a bold storyteller with an amazing mind who takes you to unexpected places.” Lauren Beukes, author of 'The Shining Girls'
“A brilliant and original premise, twisty plot, witty dialogue, and characters you can really get behind—Zodiac is an absolute blast. This is a must-read, and I’m struggling to think of a reader who wouldn’t love it.” Sarah Lotz, author of 'Day Four'
“An adroitly written thriller by a novelist who proves to have impeccable storytelling skills. It is undoubtedly a book which works both on the level of its intriguing concept and sheer narrative nous.” Barry Forshaw, author of 'Nordic Noir' and 'Euro Noir'
“Clever. Crime fans looking for something different will be satisfied.” Publishers Weekly