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LOST SOULS by [White, Neil]
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4.4 out of 5 stars 77 customer reviews

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Praise for Fallen Idols:

‘Fallen Idols has been hailed as a stunning debut’.
The Blackpool Gazette

‘Fallen Idols…has all the hallmarks of a great read for crime-thriller fans with celebrity killings, conspiracies, revenge and even a hint of romance’.
The Weekly News

’… a whirlwind of a novel…a serious contender to match the giants of the crime fiction world’
Crimesquad.com

About the Author

Born above a shoe shop in the mid-1960s, Neil spent most of his childhood in Wakefield in West Yorkshire as his father pursued a career in the shoe trade. This took Neil to Bridlington in his teens, where he failed all his exams and discovered that doing nothing soon turns into long-term unemployment. Re-inventing himself, Neil returned to education in his 20s, qualified as a solicitor when he was 30, and now spends his days in the courtroom and his evenings writing crime fiction


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 842 KB
  • Print Length: 528 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (29 May 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002UZ5JMM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 77 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #43,148 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The only problem I'm finding with Neil White's superb Garrity/McGanity series is that once you've started, you can't put the books down. And I'm going through them at a helluva pace!
This is the second one and is even better than the first. The plot is imaginative and intriguing, and unwinds with all the usual twists and turns to keep the reader guessing.
The writing is superb and the descriptions sometimes graphic. In fact, the whole structure of this book, even down to the completely error-free editing..unusual for a Kindle version..is quite incredible for a little known author.
But Neil White will not be 'little known' for long I suspect. His leading characters, so sensitively drawn, are good for a very long series indeed and the limit will only be the author's ability to come up with unique and fascinating story lines.
As I write this, I am already 50% into the next one..Last Rites..and I can tell you that things just get better and better.
Believe me, this is a series that you simply must not miss.
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This is the first Novel of Neil White's I have read and it most certainly will not be the last.
The book gives a thoroughly gripping read.
The characters jump to life.
It is based around 3 main characters.
Jack - (a Reporter)
Laura (Jacks girlfriend who just so happens to be cop who is also a mother)
and
Sam (a Lawyer)
A Spate of Gruesome murders take place.
Meanwhile there are Children going missing who are snatched in the street and then reappear unharmed and having no memory of where they have been.
An Old Man has dreams of the Murders - Is he the murderer?
You'll have to get the book to find out!!!

I have now started to read his first book Fallen Idols of how Jack and Laura Met and I can not wait for his third book to come out - you get a bit of a taster at the end of Lost Souls!
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By A. Douglas TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Aug. 2008
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This is the first book I have read by Neil White and it will not be the last. I love books by Mark Billingham, Karin Slaughter, Tess Gerritsen etc and now I have another author to add to my most wanted list. This book sails along at a great pace. It isn't cheesy or predictable at all and kept me totally gripped. I think Jack and Laura and Sam are great characters and hope we see more of them!
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I've read & enjoyed all of the Garret/McGanity series of books by Neil White, albeit not in the order they were written. I would recommend any of this series to anyone interested in a good, tightly plotted detective yarn. If you're a fan of Mark Billingham's excellent "Thorne" books, chances are you'll enjoy these too. However "Lost Souls" differs from the rest of the series by using a supernatural phenomenon as a plot device - there are characters in this book who seem to be able to predict the future, and the plot turns on this to some extent. I was waiting for it all to be exposed as an elaborate hoax, but it never is. It seems that we are asked to believe in "precognition" (as it is referred to in the book) as a viable scientific theory (it isn't). Now, if you are the type of person who believes in the supernatural you won't have a problem with this... but if, like me, you like your crime fiction to be based in REALITY and don't believe in mediums, psychics or fortune telling, because science has shown that no-one can actually do it under circumstances which preclude cheating, then you may feel this book is not up to the same standard as the rest in the series, by quite some margin.
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By BCB & More TOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 May 2014
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I enjoyed the first book in this series and was looking forward to getting stuck in to book 2. This time around Laura and Jack have relocated from London back up to Lancashire and are starting afresh. I liked both Jack and Laura in the first book and nothing has changed since then. They are easy to read characters and the writing has a nice easy flow about it. The opener of this latest book sets the scene for what Laura will have to deal with working alongside new colleagues in her job as a police officer.

Laura’s colleague on the job Pete was a really good character and one that I hope I get to see again. However, nobody else within the book made that much of an impression on me. The storyline was certainly okay, but in my opinion it didn’t feel strong enough. That may sound slightly ‘wishy-washy’ but it’s the only description I can think of. There is quite a lot of action and when the characters are introduced they all seem to interlink somewhere along which certainly kept me interested. I just couldn’t help but feel like something was missing and whatever that something was, it just didn’t make the story that memorable for me.

Jack and Laura obviously clash heads within their personal lives due to the nature of their respective careers. However, with that in mind I couldn’t help but feel like that rule only applied when the story suited. Overall, I am finding this review hard to write, or even explain in any great details. What I will say is that it’s certainly not a bad book, just one that could do with being better. Seeing as Neil White has such a great following and has gone on to write another 3 in this series I will certainly be continuing in the hope that the next book doesn’t leave me feeling the same way.
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