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Book Reviews

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Grid Lock by Sean Black
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in , .

If you like Lee Child’s Jack Reacher, you’ll love Sean Black’s ex Royal Marine investigator  turned personal protection expert Ryan Lock. He has a similar background to Reacher,  but unlike...

The Affair by Lee Child
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in , .

There are a few masters of the crime thriller, and Lee Child is one of them. The Affair is his 16th novel, and takes us right back to where Reacher began, to...

Absolute Zero Cool by Declan Burke
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in , .

Absolute Zero Cool is a book that defies categorising. Its a crime/psychological/self aware/meta thriller. In truth it belongs in a genre of it’s own, I have not read anything else...

Nine Inches by Colin Bateman
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in , .

There are some things you can always be certain of when it comes to a Dan Starkey novel; nobody is telling the complete truth, nothing is ever what it seems...

Killer a la Carte by Gerry Galvin
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in , .

Killer á la Carte throws up a few surprises.  It is definitely leaning more toward Thriller than Crime (although plenty of crimes are committed). It follows the story of (in)famous...

The Chosen by Arlene Hunt
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in , .

On a hot summer’s day in the sleepy American town of Rockville, Jessie Conway, a teacher at the local high school, notices a car driving slowly around the school grounds. Twenty...

The Cold, Cold Ground by Adrian McKinty
Posted by Review by Rob Kitchin who blogs at The View from The Blue House in , .

Detective Sergeant Sean Duffy is a Catholic cop in Northern Ireland in 1981 in a force dominated by protestants and targeted by paramilitary republicans. A few weeks after being posted...

The Point by Gerard Brennan (Kindle edition and Pulp Print Edition)
Posted by Rob Kitchin (The View from The Blue House) in , .

Paul Morgan is a young criminal always on the hunt for any easy score and a party. He’s brash, cocky and ballsy, and he drags his reluctant brother, Brian, in...

The Imitation of Patsy Burke by John J Gaynard (Createspace, 2011)
Posted by Review by Rob Kitchin who blogs at The View from The Blue House in , .

Patsy Burke, a famous Irish sculptor in Paris, wakes in a small apartment hungover, battered and bruised and with a broken arm. He’s somewhat confused and has little recollection of...

Ghost Town by Michael Clifford (Hachette 2012)
Posted by Rob Kitchin in , .

Joshua ‘The Dancer’ Molloy could have been a professional footballer. Instead, he turned to drink and became a member of a drug’s gang. Having just got out of prison for...