- Audio CD
- Publisher: Audiobooks; Abridged edition edition (21 Jan. 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 184657241X
- ISBN-13: 978-1846572418
- Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 2.4 x 14.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (212 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,200,564 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Last 10 Seconds: (Tina Boyd 5) Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, CD
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"A serial sex killer, corruption in politics and the police, and more twists and turns than a boa-constrictor on speed are delivered with racy East End conviction by the narrator Daniel Weyman." (Christina Hardyment The Times)
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Top Customer Reviews
The book starts slowly and draws you in until you are just hooked.
The main characters are Sean Egan an undercover cop and DI Tina Boyd. Egan's job is to infiltrate a top london gang and Boyd's job is to bring a serial killer to justice. Cleverly Mr Kernick intertwines both characters till you think we have reached a very satisfying result. However Mr Kernick keeps us glued to our chairs for another chapter and sadly the book ends.
All i can say is that hopefully Mr Kernick will bring back Egan and Boyd in a future novel as together they will make an incredible team.
Plenty of graphic violence and I laughed out loud at some of it,possibly not Simon Kernick's intention,as it sometimes bordered on "Tom and Jerry",and thankfully he didn't kill off every character as that would have stuffed the sequel....but it was a close run thing.
If this sounds critical it's not,I loved it,just don't take it too seriously and you will as well,I actually read it cover to cover one cold Sunday afternoon,once I'd started I didn't want to stop.Looking forward to Mr Kernick's next effort immensely.
It is difficult to imagine how tense and stressful being under-cover can get but I believe the portrayal in this book probably gets very close to the feelings, reactions and experience?
I enjoyed the story and the very entertaining sub-plots and the skilfull inter-weaving, so I do not wish to go into detail in case a comment spoils it. Suffice to say I was happy with the outcomes and thoroughly enjoyed the characters. Some of the people we met were new and some will be familiar faces from Simon's previous stories.
A very enjoyable read and superb story-telling - Many thanks to the author.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
enjoyed the fast, tense pace, but the story is bordering on comedy its so far fetched, think one almost dead man taking out villans with an army of weapons.... Read morePublished 1 month ago by julie ray
Page turner all the way ,, just could not stop reading it ,, can't wait to read more of his booksPublished 4 months ago by g Roberts
Twisting turning tense as always and would recommend a read. Roll on January. All of my favourite characters rolled into one fast paced thriller.Published 6 months ago by doolish
Once again another terrific story by 1st class crime writer.Published 8 months ago by Dennis McGillivray
I don't write reviews but, I promise that, as usual, Simon Kernick has written another page turner. Switch your phone off and, enjoy! -)Published 9 months ago by Kindle Customer