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Brotherhood of Blades (A DI Johnston and DS Green Mystery) Kindle Edition
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As Jason hides, looking for a way to contact Chantelle and persuade her to come with him he witnesses the gang rape of Chantelle's Aunt Haley. As Haley was the one who informed the police which resulted in his incarceration, Jason faces a dilemma....
Matters escalate rapidly as Jason seeks to get Chantelle away. News of his release has reached Yo Yo Reilly who has the upper hand, as with his pitbulls and henchmen he has the whole estate buttoned down. Can Jason contact Chantelle's friend Luanne to help him get to Chantelle?
Two killing on the estate following Jason Young's release, and the police, knowing his record quickly latch onto Jason Young, as armed and dangerous. Assigned to the investigation are DI Georgia Johnson and her cockney side-kick DS Stephanie Green. The arrival of DI David Dawes an expert on London gangs puts them both on alert. Georgia because she speculates on his agenda, and Stephanie because he is attractive and she wants to bed him - not really a compliment, as Stephanie beds everyone.
As the tension increases and events spiral out of control I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. The descriptions of the effect on the frightened people on the estate who react through fear against the only people who could possible help them is an insight into the hold that organised crime can have on the ordinary person. This is an amazing read which moves at a cracking pace and culminates in a stunning climax. The twists and turns had me reeling.
Whilst we live the trauma that is the lives of Chantelle, Luanne and her twelve-year-old sister Alysha on the Aviary estate, we are also privy to the lives of Georgia Johnson, and David Dawes, both scarred by their own pasts. The characterisation was masterly, I can only hope that Linda Regan will write more books featuring these characters, as I so want to read more about them.
But the question is can Jason escape his past? This is a must read. Highly recommended.
conclusion, a well thought out and true gritty story of love, loss, and to some extent closure, at least for jason, as for the estate boss, justice seems to escape him, but for how long i wonder?
another fine book to add to my collection, well done.