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Dial: The First Number of the Series

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Dial: The First Number of the Series by John Gray is a riveting page-turner that will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end. The fast-paced plot, complex characters, and gripping twists and turns make for an incredibly captivating read.

The story follows protagonist Kate as she navigates a dangerous world filled with secrets, lies, and betrayal. Gray's writing is expertly crafted, seamlessly blending action, mystery, and suspense to keep readers guessing until the very end.

One of the standout elements of Dial is the depth of the characters. Kate is a strong, fearless heroine who is not afraid to take risks and fight for what she believes in. The supporting characters are equally well-developed, each with their own motivations and hidden agendas that add layers to the story.

Overall, Dial is a must-read for fans of thrillers and suspense novels. John Gray has crafted a gripping, pulse-pounding story that is sure to leave readers wanting more. I can't wait to see what happens next in the series.

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The Dial was an art magazine, which ran to five issues between 1889 and 1897. It was edited and published by Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon from The Vale, their shared home in Chelsea, London. Contributors to this first number include the editors, R. Savage, and the poet John Gray . - Summary by Rob Marland

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