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Richard Montanari

The Echo Man
Richard Montanari
 

Published by William Heinemann 2011

    

2468 10 97531

    

Copyright © Richard Montanari 2011

    

Richard Montanari has asserted his
right under the Copyright, Designs

and Patents Act 1988 to be identified as the author of
this work.

    

This book is a work of fiction. Names
and characters are the product of the

author's imagination and any resemblance to actual
persons, living or dead, is

entirely
coincidental.

    

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First published in Great Britain in
2011 by

William Heinemann

Random House, 20
Vauxhall Bridge Road,

London SW1V 2SA

    

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HB ISBN 9780434018918

TPB ISBN 9780434018925

 

 

    

MAN

    

All seems evil until I

    

Sleepless would lie down and die.

    

ECHO

    

Lie down and die.

    

- William Butler Yeats

    

Man and the Echo

 

Table of Contents

PROLOGUE
.. 5

Chapter 1
. 6

Chapter 2
. 7

Chapter 3
. 10

Chapter 4
. 12

Chapter 5
. 14

Chapter 6
. 15

Chapter 7
. 17

Chapter 8
. 19

Chapter 9
. 21

Chapter 10
. 22

Chapter 11
. 24

Chapter 12
. 26

Chapter 13
. 27

Chapter 14
. 28

Chapter 15
. 29

Chapter 16
. 30

Chapter 17
. 34

Chapter 18
. 36

Chapter 19
. 37

Chapter 20
. 39

Chapter 21
. 40

Chapter 22
. 41

Chapter 23
. 43

Chapter 24
. 45

Chapter 25
. 47

Chapter 26
. 48

Chapter 27
. 50

Chapter 28
. 51

Chapter 29
. 52

Chapter 30
. 54

Chapter 31
. 55

Chapter 32
. 56

Chapter 33
. 57

Chapter 34
. 59

Chapter 35
. 60

Chapter 36
. 61

Chapter 37
. 62

Chapter 38
. 63

Chapter 39
. 65

Chapter 40
. 66

Chapter 41
. 67

Chapter 42
. 69

Chapter 43
. 70

Chapter 44
. 71

Chapter 45
. 72

Chapter 46
. 73

Chapter 47
. 75

Chapter 48
. 76

Chapter 49
. 78

Chapter 50
. 79

Chapter 51
. 80

Chapter 52
. 82

Chapter 53
. 83

Chapter 54
. 84

Chapter 55
. 85

Chapter 56
. 86

Chapter 57
. 87

Chapter 58
. 88

Chapter 59
. 89

Chapter 60
. 91

Chapter 61
. 92

Chapter 62
. 93

Chapter 63
. 94

Chapter 64
. 95

Chapter 65
. 96

Chapter 66
. 98

Chapter 67
. 99

Chapter 68
. 101

Chapter 69
. 102

Chapter 70
. 103

Chapter 71
. 104

Chapter 72
. 105

Chapter 73
. 106

Chapter 74
. 107

Chapter 75
. 108

Chapter 76
. 110

Chapter 77
. 113

Chapter 78
. 114

Chapter 79
. 115

Chapter 80
. 116

Chapter 81
. 117

Chapter 82
. 118

Chapter 83
. 119

Chapter 84
. 122

Chapter 85
. 123

Chapter 86
. 124

Chapter 87
. 126

Chapter 88
. 127

Chapter 89
. 128

Chapter 90
. 129

Chapter 91
. 130

Chapter 92
. 131

Chapter 93
. 132

Chapter 94
. 133

Chapter 95
. 134

Chapter 96
. 135

Chapter 97
. 136

Chapter 98
. 137

Chapter 99
. 138

Chapter 100
. 139

Chapter 101
. 141

Chapter 102
. 142

Chapter 103
. 143

Chapter 104
. 144

Chapter 105
. 145

Chapter 106
. 146

Epilogue
. 147

Acknowledgments
. 148

 

 

 

 

    

PROLOGUE

    

    For
every light there is shadow. For every sound, silence.

    From
the moment he got the call Detective Kevin Francis Byrne had a premonition this
night would forever change his life, that he was headed to a place marked by a
profound evil, leaving only darkness in its wake.

    'You
ready?'

    Byrne
glanced at Jimmy. Detective Jimmy Purify, sitting in the passenger seat of the
bashed and battered department-issue Ford, was just a few years older than
Byrne, but something in the man's eyes held deep wisdom, a hard-won experience
that transcended time spent on the job and spoke instead of time earned. They'd
known each other a long time, but this was their first full tour as partners.

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