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Nothing but Trouble by [Kray, Roberta]
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Written by the widow of Reggie Kray, one of the East End's most notorious gangsters, this has an authenticity and insight to it that many other thrillers don't --Candis

There can be few people better placed to write about East End gangsters than Reggie Kray's widow Roberta, and her unique insight into the murky world of organised crime shines through in this gritty fiction thriller . . . Kray's storytelling is intelligent --News of the World

A Cole-esque, addictive read . . . expect a healthy dose of the kidnapping, blackmail and murder that no East End novel would be complete without --London Lite

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The addictive new thriller. No one knows crime like Kray.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1004 KB
  • Print Length: 476 pages
  • Publisher: Sphere; Reprint edition (26 April 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006CQQO0G
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 71 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,631 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover
Harry Lind and his partner Mac, both ex-cops have relocated their PI business from the West End to Kellston in the East End of London, where rents are cheaper. Before the offices are officially open for business Harry gets a visit from investigative journalist Jess Vaughan - someone he hasn't seen for a number of years. Jess tells him that her friend Sam was one of the five girls involved in the incident fourteen years ago, when Minnie Bright was killed. Donald Peck was convicted of the crime and went to prison where he later hanged himself. Jess was interested in doing a piece on the effects of crime on those, as it were, left behind. Although one of the girls is now dead, the others had initially been keen to be part of the story, but now they have pulled out, and Sam has had her tyres slashed and received anonymous death threats. Harry is sceptical - he had worked on the original case and can envisage no reason why anyone would be concerned about a story on the case, but agrees reluctantly to speak with Sam. Meanwhile he has another `paying' client - a man who wants his wife watched.

The story is multi-layered, as Harry gets drawn into both the death of 10-year-old Minnie Bright following a related murder, and the beautiful Aimee Locke, a possible cheating wife.

Rich in characters - Harry Lind and his ex-wife DI Valerie Lind, who while divorced don't seem to have actually severed the ties that binds, Jessica Vaughan, who is in a relationship with Neil, but how deep does it go? The fall-out from that fateful day fourteen years ago, which has left its mark on all the girls for different reasons. I could not put this book down and although it is 470 pages, I read it in one sitting. There was no way I could go and do something else until I knew the outcome.
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I am well and truly into Roberta Kray's books. Last year, having been disappointed with Martina Cole's last few offerings, I bought a second-hand copy of Kray's 'Broken Home', and from the instant I finished the book, I was hooked. I bought this latest book last week and read it within a day; it was so gripping and there was none of the excessive descriptive narrative that Martina Cole now appears to have adopted in her more recent stories. The writing is excellent; Kray really has a natural talent for story-telling, and I am bowled over by her ability to grip a reader from the very first few pages, and maintain this excitement constantly throughout the book.

I cannot recommend Roberta Kray enough; I have already read all but two of her books now, and I am passing them on to friends/family, who like me, loved Cole's older books, but seem to have been put off the more recent ones due to recycled storylines/characters, and the repetitive and sometimes unnecesary narrative involved in them. The people I have recommended them too agree that Kray's books are fantastic and I can't wait to read more.

Brilliant xx
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I had been a little cynical about this author until I read her first work. Since then I confess I've been hooked and this does not disappoint. I read the work - all 500 pages of it - over a weekend and really enjoyed the twists and turns. The writer manages to create convincing characters, not too over the top as is so often found in this genre. And the plot moves along at a good pace cleverñly draing in seemingly unrelated characters and events to creat a nailbiting climax. All in all thoroughly enjoyable and looking forward to the next one already.
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I've read quite a few of Roberta Kray's books and read the previous one with the main characters but couldn't quite place it so it wasn't necessary to have read the previous book. The storyline was original and intriquing and much enjoyed.
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Although roberta Kray is usually a good read, this one is a bit of a let down.
She seems to have lost a bit of the "gutsyness" and is a bit tame, I struggled to
get into it, but it isn't a bad book, you may like it, give it a try.
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First I have read of Roberta Kray & was really pleased with it. Within a couple of pages I was hooked. Good story & after each chapter you just want to continue. I will definately be reading her previous books.
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I must admit I do normally enjoy Roberta Kray books but this one was a big let down. I struggled to pick it up it was so SLOW. The beginning was quite gripping and started well, but the whole concept of the plot just dragged and dragged. By the middle of the book I was past caring what happened to Minnie Bright. None of the characters were engaging, the plot was uninteresting and by the end I didn't care about the twist. Not entertaining and a waste of time if i'm honest....really disliked it. Sorry!
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Roberta Kray is a great story teller, it must of helped being married to one of the Krays, as her stories are grangland related but that doesn't take away her ability to get you gripped by her great writing.
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