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The Radio by M. Jonathan Lee
The Radio by M. Jonathan Lee
5.0 out of 5 stars Remarkable Debut, 4 Oct 2013
As a first novel,The Radio is quite remarkable and works on many levels. Jonathan Lee has crafted an amazing story of family life and covers the whole range of emotions. The reader is immediately engaged and is taken on a journey of hope,comedy of the black kind and tragedy.No spoilers here but as twists go,the ending is a complete surprise. Mr Lee has a terrific way with words and I do hope there will be a lot more from him in the future. Highly recommended.
White Lilies (D.I. Dylan Book 3) by R. C. Bridgestock
White Lilies (D.I. Dylan Book 3) by R. C. Bridgestock
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Each successive book from RC Bridgestock just gets better. White Lilies takes you on a white-knuckle ride to find a brutal murderer,or are there more than one? RC Bridgestock is the writing partnership of Bob and Carol Bridgestock.Both have nearly fifty years of high profile police experience to draw on.Bob led countless investigations in West Yorkshire involving murder and other serious crime at superintendent level.This knowledge brings their writing to life.The true depictions of police procedure as it really is when hunting down dangerous criminals gives the novel the gravitas to satisfy the most enthusiastic crime fiction reader. The plot is perfectly paced as DI Dylan and his team… Read more
Frank's Wild Years by Nick Triplow
Frank's Wild Years by Nick Triplow
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tense and Atmospheric, 25 Sep 2012
Although holidaying in sunnier climes,I was gladly pulled back to the grim gangland turfs of South East London of the early eighties.
I enjoyed this book immensely especially the pace at which it unfolded.Great characterisation which made the story utterly believable.There is always something compelling when reading of human beings travelling down lonely and often dangerous roads around Christmas and New Year. It took me back to the early work of Ed McBain. The snow,the slush the bitterness of the winds and the empty streets.Empty,but for Frank, Adeline and Carl. What a great debut novel and I look forward very much to the next offering from Nick Triplow.