The Ride's Back On Paperback – 4 Sep 2003
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Many similar books fail on account of there being not much original material left to cover. Here Dave tells a completely new account of his recent 100mph life, and the court case that could have seen him take a bullet in the head from associates had the charge of police informer been made to stick. From that we scream into Cannes, films and longhaul flights! Not once does this book sag, and Dave Courtney certainly lives up to and exceeds the promise of the three earlier books.
Dave is developing a trademark style to his writings; an ability to retain his ways of thinking and speaking but with a much more polished style and flow to his storytelling.
Another cracking read from Dodgy dave.
Media battles and bent police officers figure high in this book, but I have a strange feeling that I have heard it all before, but not so well put. Don't all or most gangsters have an axe to grind whn it comes to the law, Mr Courtney is no different. Although he makes it work for him by use of funny expletives.
Better he is stuck at home writing books than raging turf wars and the likes, the new face of crime ... Mr Courtney.
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