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From Blue to Brown (The Blue Trilogy Book 3) by [Cox, Jonathan]
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  • Language: English
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I had read and submitted glowing reviews on the first two books which I had thoroughly enjoyed, there was a gap of a few months before I got round to reading this final book in the trilogy and I'm kicking myself fr the delay. I thoroughly enjoyed this contribution, a great story intertwined with characters you become immediately attached to.
The lead character in the book is far more likeable than he was in the first two and the book sweeps you away as a result. It's a real page turner with a great finish .

The book is fiction based I'm sure on some real life experiences , and the authors policing background shines through but don't worry if your not from the same background , it's realistic but not exclusionary

The relationship developed between colleagues is portrayed so well in this book, if you have been in the armed forces or in any relationship where your safety and well being is dependant on others then there is a special bond which is hard to describe. Police officers will understand it, soldiers will understand it, Fire service possibly - anyway The author is able to capture it in this book , his attachment to Andy and Dave is superbly captured

If there is any element if truth about the author and Andy, then he has served his friend well in this book, if there is no truth in it then he has captured a wonderful element of loyalty and friendship tainted and restricted by a work that prevents you from always being there

This book probably deserves five stars but I don't give them unless the book is likely to make it to a top ten books of all time list - it's not Lord of the Rings but my goodness it's a lovely read and well worth 4+ stars

I'm hoping the author is typing away on another book , he deserves success , if he is not then here is a message that as a police officer he will understand
"Get off your arse and put in some graft"
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These books are just amazing, so realistic, in book one I found myself back in the 1980's. I love the character Nostrils, he is a little green behind the ears, but that adds to his charm. There is a theme and plot to each book and a femme fatale thrown in to the mix. I was completely absorbed and really felt as though I was seeing and experiencing all the situations Nostrils encountered. The end of this particular book was a little unbelievable and exaggerated, but it still managed to keep my attention. I will not give the story line away, but I have only just figured out the title in this final book of the trilogy. (must be a little slow)

I cannot rate these books highly enough, I think they would appeal to any age.
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Great continuation from the first two books and it's a shame that this is the last in the trilogy as I have enjoyed following Nostrils from rookie to fully trained cop. The series reminds you that the tales of police corruption, racism and sexism you heard were probably only half-true, the truth being far worse. Fortunately our hero rises above it all after a momentary lapse in the last book, he even turns down the opportunity to join the masons. The only problem I had with this book, and the reason I gave it four stars and not five, was that the story was a little too far fetched, especially the ending. I liked the tales of Nostrils in the Met police and while I'm glad that he had an active social life I did not want to read about it in the crude terms used in this book.

I note the author is writing a fourth book, with luck it's the start of another trilogy.
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I have read the trilogy now and have to admit the author of these books is a great writer and takes you to a place that you can imagine the scene. You should read the whole lot as then you will find out the story of this one policeman. I would recommend these with no problem.
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Well Jonathan has done it again, the third and final (sad if it is) instalment of the adventures of young Nostrils as he gains experience and tries to find his own way in the MPS . Now promoted and working for the Complaints Investigation Bureau (CIB) , he is soon waist deep in adventure capturing an errant PC. The scene is then set for his foray into police corruption. It is difficult to review without giving plot spoilers but there is a wonderful mix of humour , sadness and adventure bound together in a good old fashioned page turner of a story. The characters are as colourful as in his previous books, some making welcome returns, and he makes some very pertinent points on policing. Watch out in particular for the culmination of the Egg Shells saga, very well done. At the end of my last review I asked whether Nostrils could ever use his brains more than his balls for thinking. He has certainly learnt to think more with his brains but his balls keep getting their own way now and again with the inevitable results :-) Long may his adventures continue, would be sad if this was the end.
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I have read a couple of Jonathon Cox's books on police procedure,and have really enjoyed them. I loved the fast pace and the humour and they were very easy to read. I have to say,that the start of this book was in the same ilk as the others,but I am afraid it fell away at the end for me. I dont want to reveal the ending,and although the culprit came as a surprise,the situation the main character was in was a bit far fetched and for once I felt the storyline dragged a little It will be interesting to see if he writes another story in this genre after the closing remarks in this book.
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