The 27th book about psychologist and detective Alex Cross. About time I had a look.
A complex, twisted story, cleverly written, well paced and an enthralling read.
A modern perspective on a murder mystery.
Two ten year-olds are accused of a terrible crime. And they refuse to speak.
Witty, well-rounded and complex but realistic.
It is said that the word 'furious' came from the three Greek goddesses of vengeance. They were known as The Furies and they were the Avengers of Greek mythology: a moral avenger of anger, an avenger of jealousy and an avenger of murder.
A few pages in and I was ready not to like this book. Old-style thugs and wide boys, set in London in a world where the Krays were revered and has-been boxers flexed their muscles. But I was wrong.
A disturbing insight into illegal arms deals, journalism and people trafficking.
This is a raw and visceral account of a young man from his schooldays through his distressing experiences of drug abuse and war. Written in the first person as he thinks and speaks, the unnamed protagonist tells his tale with acceptance and dark humour.
A depressing and disturbing account of a young girl's life in the Victorian era as a victim of abuse in all its horror.