Heavy Duty Trouble: Book Three in The Brethren Trilogy Paperback – 21 Oct 2012
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One indicator of a good book is how hard it is to put down - I found my curiosity as to what happens next forced me to read the whole thing in one sitting - a pretty high compliment to this novel.
In his first publication He's a reporter writing the story of a senior member of a motorcycle club sentenced to life for murder. Sounds innocent enough, until Damage calls him back for an in depth look at his life within the "Brethren MC." In "Heavy Duty People" Damage gets shanked.
With "Heavy Duty Attitude" Wibble, the man that stepped up to fill Damages' shoes calls and brings the surprised Iain back. He needs him to do a favor. Let the games begin.
In "Heavy Duty Trouble" Wibble, Bung, and Iain set out on a mission. A mission to save the Brotherhood from changing into nothing more than a street gang.
The way Iain Parke uses the pose of a reporter covering a story adds the depth of a character that is often confused and angry with the bikers yet shows his respect and loyalty at the same time.
Iain writes this story as if He's already been there, done that. This trilogy flows from one book to the next as a simple continuance of the same story; A story without an ending. Given the disclaimers and the court transcripts, one must ask the question; is it fact, or it is simply an explosive tale of intrigue and deception? You decide!
Iain Parke is a fantastic talent. His story telling is clever and draws you in.
Attention to detail is just one of this author's talents. You not only get a great story but a little education too.
When we left off in Heavy Duty Attitude, Iain had gone into hiding after having a right ordeal at the hands of Wibble and The Brethren. We rejoin Iain safely hidden away in Ireland with a new girlfriend. He should be safe here as the Irish MC's have no affiliation to the Brethren, Rebels or any of the other large gangs. He's OK here, it's a nice quiet life ...... or so he thought.
He knew they would catch up with him one day but not so soon. As he returns to his hideaway cottage he finds the larger than life Bung sitting in his kitchen with his girlfriend and a local Irish biker. .
Not the final execution he was expecting but Bung has come with a summons from Wibble.
Get ready to get back on the white knuckle ride of the previous Heavy Duty novels as Iain returns to the deadly world of the Outlaw MC's. With a new secret identity he goes under cover to broker a deal with warring factions, gets caught up in a deadly fire fight with rival Biker gangs and tries to find out exactly who did kill Danger.... and where is the large fortune that Danger made before he was killed.
You thought Iain had it tough in "Attitude" but now he really is in "Trouble".
do a Kindle buy, and you don't even have to get cold toes going to the door for the post.
If I was 18 again I would get the rags on, ring the lads up, score a bag of herbs and few cans, pack the old lady on the bitch pad and go out for a run... but i'm not 18, i'm 56 the diabetes won't let me drink. the doc says the herb will send me madder than I am.
And any how she's 16 stone now not 16 years old, the bikes out of petrol and I have to get a 2nd mortgage to fill him up.
my water proofs are a bit tight round the middle. (very tight says a voice from the kitchen)
AKA ' Old beetroot belly' like the mere cat on TV.
so I will sit in and look at the nasty weather the UK has to offer....
And dream about a well spent youth.
Doris wheres my skins. nope the king sized Iv'e made me sen reet fed up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Heavy duty storytelling !
A series of stories I found hard to put down,keeps you hooked all the way to the end.
The first Heavy Duty book was a great book about the biker lifestyle. The second was passable but seemed to run dry of ideas and a lot less of the biker lifestyle. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
good read better than second book but not as good as the first of the series ,,Published 18 months ago by david rees