Archive of: thriller
An easy but frustrating read. Slow to start with but picks up pace towards the end. Lovely setting on the coast of Ireland. Some interesting characterisation and relationships between the people, but some clunky writing, especially the dialogue.
Aloysius Tempo is a freelance hit-man, arranging 'accidents' that can't be traced to him or to the people who hire him. This is a rollicking good book with lots of surprises. It is very well crafted and written and I hope there is more of Aloysius in the future ... although you can't be too sure of that from the ending.
Catherine finds in her house a novel which is apparently based on events that happened to her twenty years previously, and the disclaimer, “Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental” crossed through by hand in red ink. This is a suspenseful novel with a slow reveal of the characters' emotions and motivations. I enjoyed it.
This is a well-written and fast-moving thriller. I liked it as an introduction to Carl Logan and look forward to reading further instalments. It would benefit from a small amount of polishing and tightening of the story, but hints of a long writing career for Rob Sinclair.
This is a fast-paced, highly readable, darkly humorous, satirical thriller. It is well written, but not for the faint-hearted if you are averse to drugs, sex and partying (or reading about them). I highly recommend it.
By Belinda Pollard
This is a gripping story with plenty of mystery and twists. It is a story about greed and revenge and how they can destroy lives. It is about friendship and teamwork and parents’ love for their children. It is a story about survival of the elements, mistrust and faith. The writing is wonderful - it is a great read. Recommended.