Headhunter

Headhunter The women aren t safe with a beheading killer on the lose Detective Robert DeClercq was even eluded as he and the police combed the lower depths of the sexual underground on two continents

The women aren t safe with a beheading killer on the lose Detective Robert DeClercq was even eluded as he and the police combed the lower depths of the sexual underground on two continents.

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  1. Orient

    A rec altogether as a great BR with a wonderful GR friend, Craig. If you want to exterminate the effects of smut and read a gripping macabre story - head straight to “Headhunter” :) That’s what Craig told me and it was 100 % true, I got what I bargained for :) Thanks, Craig ;)“Headhunter” is listed as horror and I can see why. It's a complex detective story, which includes cruel killing, graphic violence, a mouthful of emotional violence against kids, voodoo practice, cruel serial kill [...]

  2. Anish Kohli

    Let me start by thanking the very charming purple haired lady who gifted me this book. I’ve had it on my TBR for quite a while but couldn’t get my hands on it and then this fair maiden stepped forward. Thank you so much, Orient. This review (for better or worse), is dedicated to you. ^_^ “Do you see what I mean?” “Yes,” Rodale said, nodding. “The skull is missing.”A murderer is on the loose. A murderer who is hunting heads. And the killer is not slowing down. They leave no clue b [...]

  3. Nate

    This was a very entertaining and even unique mystery/procedural/crime/slasher type deal. The odd way it bounces back and forth between horror and police procedural stuff totally gripped me. One on hand this is a totally trashy and gory horror exploitation film in novel form, but on the other it's a very serious and in-depth look at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the way they handle their shit. It seems like Slade (who is apparently actually a nom de plume for several people) couldn't deci [...]

  4. Norman Van Der Linde

    This book not only has a riveting narrative set in Canada but is the only book I have ever read where I was clueless who the murderer was till the end. What makes it so cleverly written is that Michael Slade realizes the assumptions his readers make to figure out who the killer is and then uses them to mislead the reader and hide the killer by using the readers own assumptions. He takes your typical whodunnit and turns all the methods we use to deduce the end on their ear; making an extremely sa [...]

  5. Bill

    Michael Slade is a ghostname for two Vancouver lawyers who specialize in the criminally insane.Small wonder.When I finished this novel in the wee hours, I was awake for an hour thinking back through the story. This novel hit me like a bag of bricks. It's mercilessly brutal, and not for the faint of heart.Although it is a novel of psychological suspense, it's typically found in the horror section of most book stores.It's a great read, and if I were pressed to say anything negative about it, it wo [...]

  6. Sean Brennan

    The ending of this book is by far the most terrifying and disturbing scene I have ever read. Do not give this book to your granny as a Xmas present(or there again!). I read this book 20 years ago and it still comes back to haunt me. Disturbing but great.

  7. OutlawPoet

    I read Headhunter many, many years ago. I loved it and was a little afraid to read this 'Reimagined' version.I shouldn't have been.This is Headhunter amped up and fleshed out. Slade goes deeply into the psyches and histories of the individual players in the tale, giving us a more intimate look into what makes them tick. And in some cases, what makes them just so evil.This is fast, bloody, violent, and epic. It really is Headhunter as it should be.If you haven't read Headhunter before, after read [...]

  8. Calilibrarian

    I read Headhunter the other day and had mixed feelings. They are as follows: I wanted a read that was gritty and set in current day. The fact that the antagonist (bad guy) was a serial killer was a plus! Go for the gusto I like books where the protagonist (good guy) investigates the crime methodically, finding minute clues and with a team, puts it all together to create the whole picture. I like the process. I like it when the killer starts to get desperate and it gets personal. I like the suspe [...]

  9. Elaine Tomasso

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Trident Media Group for a review copy of Headhunter Reimagined, a reworking of the novel Headhunter, originally published in 1984.There is a serial killer on the loose in Vancouver killing black haired women and stealing their heads. When it becomes obvious that he is not about to stop the Mounties draft in former Superintendent Robert Declerq to lead the hunt. Declerq is suffering from PTSD and has his own demons but is determined to find The Headhunter, usin [...]

  10. Susan

    Police Mystery) Bodies were turning up all over Vancouver, Canada sans heads. And then the police got a series of photos of the heads, on sticks. The citizens of Vancouver were getting just a hair nervous. Detective Robert DeClercq had retired but he's the one they needed and they called him back in. This story was really interesting in the way it was told. There were all kinds of fascinating little tangents. DeClercq and his band were a good bunch to read about and I thought the setting of Vanc [...]

  11. Rebecca McNutt

    Eerie and haunting, with well-written text, originality and detail, but I think that the character development was lacking and could seriously be improved. Nonetheless it was entertaining for the most part.

  12. Jimbo Pantas

    I won't beat around the bush (I'm too dissastisfied to have the energy), so I'll just say it upfront: Headhunter is a well-written, respectably researched, cleanly built novel with a cast of breath-down-your-neck real characters, within an unfortunately uneventful, anticlimactic story line. Prose—Nothing hooks me more than an incrediby polished writing. Sometimes a good prose makes up for a generic plot. This was, however, not the case with Headhunter. Sure, it almost compensated the tedium in [...]

  13. Chandra Claypool (wherethereadergrows)

    A serial killer is on the loose and he's taking the heads of beautiful, dark-haired women. DeClercq is on the case and he has his own set of psychological problems. Part historical fiction, part psychological thriller, part police procedural and all horror, Michael Slade throws a lot at you and then gives you the reach around without buying you dinner first. He touches on voodoo, sexual perversion and cannibalism to name a few and brings you gut wrenching, graphic scenes that may not be suitable [...]

  14. Michael

    Sladism is an acquired taste. In my case, I acquired it back in 1995 when I stumbled across a copy of 'Ripper' at the library. I read it, loved it, and promptly forgot the title and who wrote it because I was in high school and had a billion other things to worry about.Fast forward a few years, working at a bookstore, and I find a copy of 'Ripper' again. And then I realize, hey, there are more books written by this guy! So I set about scoring as many as I could, and decided to read them in order [...]

  15. Tracey

    This is the sort of book that once you finish reading you want to go back and re-read certain parts to see what clues you missed the first time. There are a multitude of characters throughout the story with dark pasts and deep psychological problems. You are kept guessing as to the identity of the "Head Hunter" as you switch between possible suspects from chapter to chapter.The story jumps between people, perspectives, places and timeframes. By the end it all comes together with a shock. The twi [...]

  16. Becki

    Loved ItMost novels I read are centred on cities I've never been to. Slade's books are centered in Vancouver which I am familiar with. It makes the story so much richer when I recognize street names and landmarks. This is the 3rd time I've read Headhunter and I loved it just as much as the first time. I noticed, however, that the original paperback has about 30 pages (a couple of chapters) MORE than this digital copyformation necessary to the ending of this story. The missing pages leave the sto [...]

  17. Susan

    There is a Headhunter killing women in Vancouver and so a special unit is set up by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to capture him.I read the original book some time ago (which I still have), and thoroughly enjoyed that to the extent that I have read a few of the sequels, and it's to the book credit that it left such an impression on me that I remember exactly who the killer is and so I could read the book from the perspective and see if I could see any clues.Enjoyed this version and it has re [...]

  18. Menion

    Actual rating: 3.5 stars.Solid crime thriller, not a horror novel as some might lead you to believe. Very good twist at the end, you'll never guess who the actual killer is, the author hid it very well.

  19. Paula Rosati

    This was a great series I read them about 10 years ago was on a horror/suspense "trip" for a while ways trying to out-do the last book I read this series pretty much did it

  20. gary sean hibbs

    Headhunter Reimagined (Special X book 1). As always no spoilers.I first came across Michael Slade about 1988 when I picked up a copy of the. original Headhunter in a second hand book shop in Perranporth, Cornwall. It had me hooked from page one. Over the following almost thirty years I have read Headhunter four times and ALL of the other Special X thrillers and I've enjoyed every one of them.So you can imagine my absolute delight to find (purely by accident) that not only had Slade adapted a few [...]

  21. Ken

    It's a gritty police procedural written by a team of authors with great experience in criminal law. Their knowledge shines through in the technical detail and understanding of practical police work. And it is dark - the heroes are damaged and lots of bad bad things happen. Indeed, a lot of crime writers might have written a book around incidents that are tossed off as color or sidebars in Headhunter. The worldview is consistent and unrelentingly grim, with a strong element of psychological horro [...]

  22. Nan Silvernail

    Women with long, black hair around Vancouver are turning up not only dead but without their heads. The killer is placing grisly and absurd substitutes in their place. Robert DeClercq, retired from the RCMP is asked to come back and head the investigation. But DeClercq is still damaged from his last case. Can he stand the pressure of the manhunt for the headhunter, a person who may not even know they are killing? Spanning back into the great days of the Mounties, from the vast frozen north down t [...]

  23. K.H. Vaughan

    It's a gritty police procedural written by a team of authors with great experience in criminal law. Their knowledge shines through in the technical detail and understanding of practical police work. And it is dark - the heroes are damaged and lots of bad bad things happen. Indeed, a lot of crime writers might have written a book around incidents that are tossed off as color or sidebars in Headhunter. The worldview is consistent and unrelentingly grim, with a strong element of psychological horro [...]

  24. Karen

    Headhunter - Simply put I LOVED IT!Some other reviews comment on it being over researched. I personally liked that it was so well researched. Reading for entertainment is great but if it can be entertaining and educational then all the better. When I come to something that makes me go "I wonder if that is true?" and I look it up and discover that the author does in indeed have their facts straight it gives the author and the story credibility. I personally like that.Being Canadian I also love th [...]

  25. Paul Grealish

    This is a unique crime novel. It's part police-procedural, part-horror, part encyclopaedia. The fact that it's a story about the Mounties set in Vancouver also sets it apart. Though written over 30 years ago, 'Headhunter' feels fresh and very modern.The author has done a vast amount of research here and every page contains new details about the RCMP (the Mounties), Canada, gender equality, the First Nations and so much more. The characters here are also highly literate, quoting Hemingway and deb [...]

  26. Jeff Francis

    At the time of his debut novel, “Headhunter,” Michael Slade was actually the pseudonym for three different Canadian lawyers who “specialize in the field of criminal insanity.” Based on that factoid, you can probably see where “Headhunter” is coming from. Yes, it’s a primer on all manner of wickedness, and derives many of its thrills by wallowing in a sort-of cartoonish depravity. However, to readers for whom that’s their thing, “Headhunter” is rightfully considered a classic. [...]

  27. Giorgiana

    Read full review on my blog: The Headhunter, by Michael Slade – AwesomeBooksTodayawesomebookstoday.wordpress.cI have mixed feelings about this book. The idea is a good one, as the book is ‘an all-new telling of Michael Slade’s first Special X thriller about the psycho-hunters of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.’ And this is what made me to ask Netgalley to give me this book. But the process of reading it, was quite hard for me. There are so many different scenes at the beginning of th [...]

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