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Gunman on the run in Kansas after bar shooting. Explosions rock Oktoberfest event in California. Teen barred from homecoming dance for wearing jumpsuit. Rating details. This is fast paced high intensity crime thriller that ticks all the boxes and more as DS Heckenburg tears up and down the country as everyone falls around him.
If you are looking for that page turner this is it!
As you near the end of the book you want to slow down to make it last but there is that urging that you really need to know what happens and who will make it through to the end. The Killing Club has moved on from Stalkers in a time period of two years the leader of the Nice Guys is safely locked up for the next thirty years of his life courtesy of Heck and he is up in Sunderland working a case before heading back down south. The Police are still trying to get information out of Mad Mike Silver and Heck has been sidelined deemed.
Even when Mad Mike has been broken out of prison he is still sidelined. The Nice Guys seem to be making a point especially as the body count and the ordinance count rockets. Heck wants to be part of the investigation but the Police brass still block his attempts, even though he predicted that the Nice Guys were now cleaning house and tries to insert himself in to the investigation he is removed and told to investigate he has been allocated. On his way to that investigation Heck becomes a real target for the Nice Boys as they try to take him out on the busy streets of London.
Somehow he manages to escape their attempts not without a thrilling chase on defunct underground stations and lines. For his own safety he is put in to protective custody but the more he thinks about it the more he knows he needs to take the fight to them before they comeback for him. He needs to escape the clutches of his protective detail and find where the Nice Guys are which means a high octane chase across the country. As Heck tries to find the Nice Guys bodies are still dropping all over the country in totally random places.
Has he got it in him for one last hunt and find the Nice Guys while also finding their mole? For Heck it is too late to worry he knows what he should do and what he will do and that gives us the thrill. An absolute stonking thriller worth every second of time invested in reading The Killing Club. Through the excellent prose and imagery used by Paul Finch you feel as if you are part of the thriller completely absorbed in it.
Stunning and fabulous the only shame is that The Killing Club will leave you begging for more of Heck and the wait will seem like a lifetime. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. It was really hard to get into this book. The writing is very choppy and doesn't flow when you read it. I had to read over sentences several times to make sure I made sense of them.
I also felt like the main character had no personality. She was very boring and I felt like we didn't really get to know her aside from the fact that she's a cop, she's engaged to Rob, who is also a cop and that she's very invested in the recent killing of Ben Tymosz.click here
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When she visits the house of Ben and they tell her what happened, which Rob says is an accident, she immediately suspects that it is just like one of the killings from their Killing Club days. Maybe it might make for a good story, which this is not it, but it's not realistic. I have never heard of a club like this and actually I don't know if any schools these days would tolerate it.
It would probably be considered bullying.
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I will say that I thought I absolutely knew who the killer was and I was completely wrong. So I did enjoy being surprised by that. The premise of this book isn't one that appeals to me, so maybe that's why I didn't enjoy it. If you like the idea of this, you may like it, it just wasn't for me. This book was amazing. The mystery dragged me in and the unpredictability kept me reading.
Dec 19, Amanda Kranick rated it it was amazing. I loved the show One Life To Live, so it was nice to read a book based off a part of the show. The Killing Club is something I think most people can relate to, making up scenarios to hurt those who've wronged us. It's an interesting way to murder someone, as you wouldn't think many people would remember silly murders teenagers wrote down a decade ago. The killer isn't someone who you expect, though everyone for the most part was guilty of something.
I recommend this book to anyone who likes my I loved the show One Life To Live, so it was nice to read a book based off a part of the show. I recommend this book to anyone who likes mysteries. The title of this book sounded like something I would enjoy but I was sadly disappointed, I'm afraid.
I found the writing style to be disjointed and sometimes I had to read sentences over once or twice to make any sense of them. One weird statement on page said, "Garth took my face in his hands and shook it. I think this was supposed to be a romantic part but it was anything but I found the characters to be bizarre as well. She is not very The title of this book sounded like something I would enjoy but I was sadly disappointed, I'm afraid.