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Need You Dead (Roy Grace Book 13) Kindle Edition
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This is truly a rollercoaster of a ride to the end, that will literally have you hanging in the air with shock! So strap yourself in for the chaos of the interweaving suspects and plots against the background of an equal chaotic home life where things are not quite as they seem!
I did wonder throughout why poor Glen Branson, Roy Grace's previous best friend had been somewhat set aside and hope to see him back to the fore in future bouncing ideas off each other as crime's greatest modern day twosome.
So here we have the usual spot-on police procedures writ large, adding that level of realism to the books we all come to expect, along with the brilliantly written illustrations of Brighton's streets we are so familiar with, which put the reader right on the scene. This time however Peter James must have had a crystal ball highlighting the spectre of police cuts and their slow computer systems, which politically the country is becoming aware of in these terrible times, so Peter keep fighting through your books to keep us safe! Personally I was glad to see the back of selfish Sandy's shadow stopping Roy's new life progressing, however for Roy he has taken on a far more insidious burden in so-called son Bruno, who's lurking and waiting to spoil the idyll he'd hoped for and deserved. Get a DNA test Roy, I can't wait to see where this takes us and a year to wait is just cruel!!
I'm glad the sandy business ( where is she etc...) is done and over was with. No doubt there will be more unveiled about her past soon. Cassian Pewe and Bruno...Father and son ?
This is not a bad review. I'm a fan and am really looking forward to the next one in the series.
If you read this one first in the series I think you'd get bored. I allow myself to criticize a tad because I have been there since the start.
Mr James, I love what you do,been to the plays and loved it, but the way I see it,the story needs a brutal awakening to revive it.
Most recent customer reviews
Fast pace, griping, easy to read Roy Grace crime thriller. Love these novels. Thanks Peter James. Keep them coming please.Published 9 hours ago by Karen
Love the writing style of Peter James but alas this falls short of his normal calibre. Not the fast pace that previous Peter James novels follow this was a book that did not... Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Mr. B.
Great story told at pace. Yet another enthralling read from Peter JamesPublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Not the best book by a mile. Refers to high ranking detectives as though they are school children, to reach detective inspector for example most would have dealt with major crime... Read morePublished 1 day ago by R. Worby
I loved this book,just as I have loved all his previous ones in the series.I have read some negative reviews but cant understand where these folk are coming fromPublished 1 day ago by linda rigby
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