- Paperback: 368 pages
- Publisher: Pan (11 Jan. 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1509806652
- ISBN-13: 978-1509806652
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 2.3 x 19.7 cm
- Average Customer Review: 75 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 104,325 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Eye for an Eye (Jessica Daniel series) Paperback – 11 Jan 2018
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There is the usual band of familiar faces at Longsight plus some old characters from the past.
In my opinion this is not a standalone book. For anyone not familiar with the series I would strongly recommend going back at least a few books, if not to the beginning, to become familiar with Jessica’s story. I have reread the series many times.
In this book there are many well-developed characters and all kinds of conflicts. It starts with a serial killer being released after serving his sentence, and Jessica is tasked with keeping his new identity safe.
The rivalries within the Force makes for some interesting interplay between the characters as more cases come into Longsight. Jessica is still dealing with events from her personal life and there is an old threat in the background that has never been resolved.
The book flows smoothly through the events provoking a whole range of feelings both good and bad. Kerry Wilkinson knows how to transport one narratively to the heart of Manchester and gives his readers a true feeling of belonging and of sharing in all the emotions that he elicits in his story.
I really enjoyed reading ‘An Eye for an Eye’.
I first came across his series with the fantastic Jessica Daniels in his first ever book locked in.
From book 1 I have been hooked.
This book is the 12 in Jessica Daniels series from book 1 locked in when Jessica was just a Sargent and we are starting to learn and read all about her and how jessica grows within the police force and the enemy’s and friends she has.
Kerry keeps you guessing throughout the whole of his Jessica Daniels series, that you won’t be able to put the book down the characters feel real and once you start reading about Jessica and her friends it will be hard to put the book down, they are all such gripping stories, it makes you want to read more.
Such an outstanding author that would be sadly missed with his characters if he was to ever stop writing.
I give my full support to this author and hope he never stops the adventure with Jessica or in fact any of his other books.
I was very fortunate to receive a review copy of the book and enjoyed it just as much as the first one. There they all were- the familiar characters from previous books mixed in with some new ones who fitted in very well. Another great story of crimes solved and unsolved together with developments in Jessica Daniel's personal story.
Kerry Wilkinson stirs it all together with a contemporary theme-that of missing people and people missing.
Thank you for another great read- now I've got to wait for Number 13. Sigh. Hope it's not too long....
I could not wait to read and it didn’t disappoint. You have to read as I feel as if I know Jessica and lived through what she has.
From reading his first book I have enjoyed this series and all the other stand alone books by this author. A must read.
I was privileged to have a review copy and can’t wait for the next instalment
A real mixture of stories going on what with convicted murderer Walker being released and similar murders starting to happen, only he's in a safe house so there's no logic that it could've been him, or is it or was he a murderer in the first place?
Blaine Banner the drunk and drugged rock n roll star returning to Manchester and saying ghosts are trying to kill him and needing Jessica as his personal police representative.
Grooms going missing on their stag night and the plight of the bride to be.
Then Jessica's own demons with her personal life, can she face it? Attending meetings after still no sign of Bex, but are they better for her? And Bex's mother turning up again, so what is she up to?
Another brilliant book from this talented author who just keeps producing these fantastic reads, I can't wait for his next book.
An offender is released from prison after serving his time for murder. News gets out that he is now a free man. He needs protection so is housed in his home city but a different place.
Jessica is as busy as always with her job but it’s not long before a dead body is found. The team identify the victim and start looking for the usual clues to try and establish the whereabouts, leading up to the crime.
Couldn’t put this book down again and enjoyed as much as I’ve loved reading all the others.
Yes, I would recommend, even if you haven’t read the previous stories.
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