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The Guilty (MIRA) Paperback – 1 Jan 2009
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'Thriller fans, we have a hot new name on the block to shout about!' --Daily Record
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The story is ridiculous and the characters are boring. Save your money on this one!
I was not disappointed, as it is an easy read, moves along at a good pace, has enough detail to make it convincing, is not too predictable and even has a twist at the end.
I will be reading other books by this author if this is anything to go by.
The great grandson or was it great, great grandson of Billy The Kid has arrived in New York to kill 'bad people' (in his opinion anyway) with an 1873 Winchester rifle firing .44-40 magnum rounds.
Badly written, inane dialogue with pathetic characters this book has nothing whatsover going for it. One to avoid at all costs for anyone above 12 years old.
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