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A recommended read, if a bit too short
on 2 September 2017
I enjoyed this book and am halfway through book 2. However, as this one was so short (184 pages) I think it could have
been combined with book 2 (193 pages). Also, I see from 2014 reviews that people complained about the spelling, missed
words etc. and the author said these had since been corrected. Sadly they haven't, and it is a shame as the author has good
potential. Right - niggles over!
Nick is an ex-SAS loner and you learn why in book 2. He is reluctantly drawn into helping first a young boy, Dan, and then Beth and
her 2 teenage daughters. The little group is joined by another man and they drive to the south coast hoping to find a safe place to stay.
Here they run into trouble. I liked the character of Nick - he "doesn't take prisoners"!! There were some F-words, but in keeping with the characters.
There was no sex. The plot made a change from murder mysteries and police procedures.
I did get a bit tired of the bickering between Beth's girls, though I know they probably do behave like that.
I think if you enjoyed this book you will enjoy the next one even more as it has a bit more "content" - though that too has a lot of missed words, etc.
Overall a recommended read.