Throughout the book there is a positionadvanced that the law - in its many forms - is an ineffectual and lumberingbeast weighed down by the bulk of itsown bureaucracy, and those that try toenforce it are stifled to act& become disenchanted and cynical to theeffectiveness of it all.Bailey uses this weakness against them, and alsoapplies this belief tovindicate his executions. He believes, somewhat inerror, that the police have not the capability to think like him, and it isthis presumptionthat leads to a hair- raising chase and a terrifyingdenouement for allplayers."
"Unfinished Business is a tour deforcestory, dark but humorous, told in a 'nod and a wink' style thatfascinates andcaptivates, and keeps you reading. The ending provides apitch perfect entréeinto the shadowy world of the Olympus Project andthe emergence of newincarnation of Bailey as The Phoenix.Highlyrecommended! A book not to miss on your reading list."
"A thriller in every sense of theword. A real gripper, and once I pickedit up; I couldn't put it down until itwas over. Each chapter ended insuch a way that stopping reading simply wasn'tan option. This was one of those rare books that pulls a reader firmly into thestory and holds ontight, not letting go, even at the end.
It wouldbe possible to read thisbook as a standalone story; however, I wouldstrongly recommend reading TheFinal Straw so that the reader gets thefull picture of Colin's quest. I foundit difficult to put down The Final Straw when I first read that and this followup was no different."