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Having spent seven years in a secure psychiatric unit, taunting his next-door neighbour, Dermott Madison is devastated when Abdul Hamid, the rapist and murderer of his wife and daughter, is released. When Dermott and his alter egos, Norman and Albert, are eventually set free themselves, all hell breaks loose. The thirst for revenge has never been stronger, and the rage, nev Having spent seven years in a secure psychiatric unit, taunting his next-door neighbour, Dermott Madison is devastated when Abdul Hamid, the rapist and murderer of his wife and daughter, is released. When Dermott and his alter egos, Norman and Albert, are eventually set free themselves, all hell breaks loose. The thirst for revenge has never been stronger, and the rage, never more dangerous. But the rage isn't the only problem they face. Scotland Yard detectives, led by Liz Porteous, are closer than ever to catching the Facebook Killer ... and his "friends".


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Having spent seven years in a secure psychiatric unit, taunting his next-door neighbour, Dermott Madison is devastated when Abdul Hamid, the rapist and murderer of his wife and daughter, is released. When Dermott and his alter egos, Norman and Albert, are eventually set free themselves, all hell breaks loose. The thirst for revenge has never been stronger, and the rage, nev Having spent seven years in a secure psychiatric unit, taunting his next-door neighbour, Dermott Madison is devastated when Abdul Hamid, the rapist and murderer of his wife and daughter, is released. When Dermott and his alter egos, Norman and Albert, are eventually set free themselves, all hell breaks loose. The thirst for revenge has never been stronger, and the rage, never more dangerous. But the rage isn't the only problem they face. Scotland Yard detectives, led by Liz Porteous, are closer than ever to catching the Facebook Killer ... and his "friends".

30 review for The Facebook Killer: Part 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Keita-Eiri Kettlewell-Scarbro

    It took me long enough but I finally decided to finish reading the finale of one of the most intriguingly plotted stories I've read. Okay... okay... it's simple and I give him that, but deep down, for once, its the plot that is the star of the show, the planning, the execution. Besides the genre, it isn't something I'd typically love to read, but for this, I strike that clean. Absolutely fantastic and easy to read. Check my blog to find out more!! The Facebook Killer - Part Three by M. L. Stewart It took me long enough but I finally decided to finish reading the finale of one of the most intriguingly plotted stories I've read. Okay... okay... it's simple and I give him that, but deep down, for once, its the plot that is the star of the show, the planning, the execution. Besides the genre, it isn't something I'd typically love to read, but for this, I strike that clean. Absolutely fantastic and easy to read. Check my blog to find out more!! The Facebook Killer - Part Three by M. L. Stewart [[REVIEW]]

  2. 5 out of 5

    ❀ Hana

    To me this is the best from the trilogy. I particularly like the split personality Dermott-Norman-Albert and it's very clever plot. I was quizzical, desperately trying to figure out why Dermott kidnapped all the 12 victims (with horrific and gross ways, as usual) but then kept them alive in the cellar. Answers were given after about 70% of reading progress; so be patient! Fret not, the story is well gripping too. But too bad, there's no ending on our Miss Clever Liz Porteous side. To me this is the best from the trilogy. I particularly like the split personality Dermott-Norman-Albert and it's very clever plot. I was quizzical, desperately trying to figure out why Dermott kidnapped all the 12 victims (with horrific and gross ways, as usual) but then kept them alive in the cellar. Answers were given after about 70% of reading progress; so be patient! Fret not, the story is well gripping too. But too bad, there's no ending on our Miss Clever Liz Porteous side.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    If nothing else this book makes you think about how much info you put on facebook. Well worth reading but a bit graphic and gruesome in places. A unique storyline that is different from anything else I have read except for perhaps good old Dexter.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Troth

    Not the best of the trilogy. At times it seemed that the author had an idea for the ending to the trilogy, but no real idea how to get the character to the final section. In need of better proofreading and copyediting. Far too many typo's and missing words, at times detracting from the flow of the story. Not the best of the trilogy. At times it seemed that the author had an idea for the ending to the trilogy, but no real idea how to get the character to the final section. In need of better proofreading and copyediting. Far too many typo's and missing words, at times detracting from the flow of the story.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Miss ja Shaw

    Fantastic From start to finish just superb. Brilliant writing. Just one whinge! I've finished it. I could have read every night for the next year and would still have been enthralled Fantastic From start to finish just superb. Brilliant writing. Just one whinge! I've finished it. I could have read every night for the next year and would still have been enthralled

  6. 4 out of 5

    David Savage

    The Facebook Killer is a murder novel in three parts about a man who loses his family and takes revenge in Hannibal Lecter-style. The Facebook Killer Part Three sees serial killer Dermott Madison, after having spent years in a psychiatric prison for his brutal and gruesome murder spree, released and on his final hunt and revenge attack on his wife and daughter’s killer. After years in prison Dermott, Norman and Albert plan their revenge on Hamid. He has already killed his friends and family and pl The Facebook Killer is a murder novel in three parts about a man who loses his family and takes revenge in Hannibal Lecter-style. The Facebook Killer Part Three sees serial killer Dermott Madison, after having spent years in a psychiatric prison for his brutal and gruesome murder spree, released and on his final hunt and revenge attack on his wife and daughter’s killer. After years in prison Dermott, Norman and Albert plan their revenge on Hamid. He has already killed his friends and family and plots to seek his ultimate revenge and now kill the man himself. While Dermot and his “friends” have been locked up, Hamid has done quite well for himself owning a large portfolio of clubs and properties and by drug trafficking. When Norman Johnson is released the “rage” is now on the loose again and Dermott with the help of his “friends” must track down Hamid, destroy his life and ultimately deliver Hamid’s final punishment, a slow, grusesome and very painful death before the police can close in. Overall, this is my favourite of the series (although without the first 2 it would have made no sense). Dermott is back to social media to track down his targets to get to Hamid and although at first it made no sense why his was choosing his targets about halfway through I did figure why before it was revealed. The Finale, at first, is quite hard to keep track of Dermott’s friends but that soon passes. After reading the first two parts I couldn’t see how the story could progress without rehashing the same plot but M. L. Stewart has managed to pull it out with a very imaginative plot especially the ending and does keep you guessing until the very last page. The Facebook Killer as the whole three parts is definitely worth a read. As long as you don’t mind an imaginative story and loss the mind-set of “that couldn’t happen” if real life, you are in for a thrilling and brilliant read. But be warned some of the torture scenes are quite gruesome. A very exciting read with an imaginative and clever plot. A novel that has you willing the serial killer to achieve his goals.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    so the story has moved on and our loony tunes (almost) hero is somehow set from the mental hospital! as with the first 2 books in this series... if you suspend belief a little then its a great ride... if you expect realism, walk away now! in this final part Mr Stewart ties up all the loose ends in a really brutal, but rather charming way! I really enjoyed finishing this book as it gave me a nice closed (closure as the americans would say!) feeling to the whole sordid story. the finale is brilliant! a so the story has moved on and our loony tunes (almost) hero is somehow set from the mental hospital! as with the first 2 books in this series... if you suspend belief a little then its a great ride... if you expect realism, walk away now! in this final part Mr Stewart ties up all the loose ends in a really brutal, but rather charming way! I really enjoyed finishing this book as it gave me a nice closed (closure as the americans would say!) feeling to the whole sordid story. the finale is brilliant! a very creative writer, if a little warped!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Win Powell

    Closing my FB Account now .. Excellent series read all 3 in a weekend really imaginative ways to die in the story..... A bit of a gory black comedy, not sure that was supposed to be the case! Would recommend a cracking read....so why not 5 stars? Lots of grammatical errors! Lots and lots and missing words...really needed a good proof read before publication!! If you can get past that then its a great little story.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lee Petersen

    It wasn't until 70% of the way through things really unravelled. You find put about the pins etc. The ending was brilliant in true Dermott style! Really glad I came across these books now, the author gets a firm pat on the back from me :D It wasn't until 70% of the way through things really unravelled. You find put about the pins etc. The ending was brilliant in true Dermott style! Really glad I came across these books now, the author gets a firm pat on the back from me :D

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Hibbert

    I absolutely loved all 3 of these books. each offers something different but each one carries on from the other. I love the way the main character talks about his masks as if they are completely different people. it has a sad but happy ending. I really enjoyed these books and will read them again!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sonia Dean

    Very clever

  12. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Russell

    Brilliant end to the series. Had no idea why this set of people were being targeted and what a great twist !!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mark Heath

    A VERY GRIPPING READ TO THE END. A BRILLIANT TRILOGY OF BOOKS.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Was interesting to see the illness unfold but to far fetched, scary to see how much information we leave behind thought

  15. 5 out of 5

    CALLUM GILCHRIST

  16. 4 out of 5

    Will Speed

  17. 5 out of 5

    JODY MANCHESTER

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

  19. 4 out of 5

    Graham Woodley

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michael Blackburn

  21. 4 out of 5

    Nicola Beard

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Porter

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cara

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Halliday

  25. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Dare

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jean Ireland

  27. 5 out of 5

    Peter Lapham

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Yates

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sue Williamson

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mickey

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