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Truth or Dare (Brennan and Esposito Series Book 6) by [Carver, Tania]
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Seriously scary. (Mark Billingham)

If Tania Carver doesn't creep you out, you should seek professional help. (Val McDermid)

A near-perfect crime novel, which will keep you guessing into the wee small hours, and confirms Tania Carver as a bright new talent when it comes to edge-of-your-seat suspense. (Bella on CHOKED)

Gruesome and fast-paced, with Carver's trademark staccato sentences and plenty of suspense, this is definitely a white-knuckle read. (Guardian on CHOKED)

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The sixth psychological thriller in Tania Carver's award-nominated, internationally bestselling Phil Brennan and Marina Esposito series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1135 KB
  • Print Length: 433 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0751550558
  • Publisher: Sphere (12 Jun. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HP4HCQY
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #40,973 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Anne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 12 Jun. 2014
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I have enjoyed the previous Tania Carver novels although I did find them a bit on the gory side but this one was not quite as good - in fact I dithered about whether to give it only 3 stars.

The story starts with someone being offered the choice of being killed himself or having his girlfriend and baby murdered. This choice has been offered to him by a killer who is determined to see "justice" being done after our victim was previously guilty of killing a mother and child but got off on a technicality. The scenario seemed very similar to "Eeny Meeny" by MJ Arlidge which I have recently read and I wondered if the rest of the story would be similar - happily, that was not the case. The author mixes the investigation into the killing in Birmingham with Phil Brennan in charge with a trip to Colchester by his partner Marina Esposito who is in demand as a criminal psychologist. The progress in each case is alternated in the narrative and we also get a glimpse into Birmingham gang politics. Each of these story themes is interesting but I didn't think that they really came together well - the book as a whole seemed rather unsatisfying.

The issue seemed to me to be that there were too many different narrative strands and thus you weren't really invested in the story of one character. Most of the narrative time is actually taken up with concentrating on the actions of the criminals rather than the police officers and they are actually more rounded characters. The reader knows far more than the investigators about what is happening at any given time and, in fact, because of the way that the story turns out, most of what we know will never be known by the police officers.
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I won't outline the story, since I don't want to risk spoiling this for other readers. Suffice to say this is, in my opinion, an excellent example of the genre. I enjoyed the multiple story lines, which were not too complex to follow. I also enjoyed the cliffhanger, which will hopefully be followed up in a later novel. My only gripe was the fact that Phil and Marina's daughter was dumped with her grandmother throughout the novel, which seemed a little lazy. Despite this minor gripe Phil and Marina continue to be two of my favourite characters of the genre.

Though not my favourite Tania Carver, this husband and wife duo have definitely mastered the art of the police procedural. I look forward to their future offerings!
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Have been looking for another author to enjoy and found this book, thought I would go for the cheapest book by Tania and see if I liked her work. Didn't want to like it, didn't want to empathise with the characters, didn't want to find myself longing to get home from work to read it but did all of the above and more so, couldn't put it down stayed up till all hours just to read another chapter. And even though I haven't read the first in this series I still connected with the characters and the author's writing style. Will definitely download more. Brilliant.
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A really good novel. One man set himself up as judge and executioner over a failing British courts system, with interesting results. He also had a knack of avoiding the cctv cameras and even when the police knew the identity of the next victim and were in the building the abduction was going to take place in the snatch was still made. Now the race was on to save the life of the abducted one. Excellent stuff
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By Book Addict Shaun TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 11 Oct. 2014
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This book was so good that I think I'm going to struggle to do it justice with this review. Tania Carver, the writing duo of Martyn and Linda Waites, are at the top of their game. There aren't many writers in this genre better at the minute and the fact that this is book six and the quality shows no sign of deteriorating is very exciting indeed. Just what are they going to come up with next? I have no idea, but as their imagination seemingly knows no bounds I cannot wait to find out. If you've yet to discover these books then drop everything straightaway and read one.

The book opens as it means to go on, with an absolutely chilling and atmospheric opening. Darren Richards awakens to find himself strapped to a chair, next to him his girlfriend and baby daughter are also tied up. With a bow and arrow swinging between them he is given the choice by a masked man to either save himself or his family. We learn that Darren recently avoided jail for killing a mother and her daughter due to a technicality and the masked man sees this as his way of dispensing justice. Darren then makes his choice... I felt as if I was in the room reading the opening chapter, watching but helpless to do anything and unable to take my eyes off the scene unfolding before me. Incredibly addictive reading. The writing is descriptive, helping to paint a very vivid picture in your mind.

DI Phil Brennan receives a call from the masked man, otherwise known as The Lawgiver, who gives him the location of the murder. Brennan and his team soon realise they have a very dangerous psychopath on their hands. Unable to predict when or if he will strike next, it is a race against time for them to hunt The Lawgiver down.
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