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The Murder Exchange Hi,another book read by Simon Kernick, a little slower to start with but builds to a fast pace in the second half, and you follow the story with the twomain characters.As usual lots of characters, and following it from two very different personalities, lots of guessing The last few chapters were very exciting.EnjoyregardsSean Just a note to anyone looking at starting The Crime Trade Tina Boyd 1 , read this book first as it introduces both Tina and Gallan I also stopped reading this halfway through as there were references to occurrences in The Business of Dying Dennis Milne 1 , which I wanted to read before continuing this book After some research I have decided the best way to read Simon s books is in the order they were published and not by series. I quite enjoyed this 2nd Simon Kernick novel, I was pleasantly surprised as wasn t expecting too much if I m an honest I like the use reference of characters in Kenricks Debut novel similar to an otherUK other Michael Robotham The novel has plenty of violence pretty much what you would expect from a gritty London Underworld novel I quite enjoyed this 2nd Simon Kernick novel, I was pleasantly surprised as wasn t expecting too much if I m an honest I like the use reference of characters in Kenricks Debut novel similar to an otherUK other Michael Robotham The novel has plenty of violence pretty much what you would expect from a gritty London Underworld novel After the previous Simon Kernick book I read, and after positive reviews of this one, I was expecting great things of this book But sadly not Yes, the storyline is a good one, and starts off with much promise of great things But it is all about guns and shooting and who killed who Yes, I like crime thrillers, but this is NOT one of those Characters are just not well developed for me Many of them rather one dimensional Such a letdown after the previous Tina Boyd one I read I was going to After the previous Simon Kernick book I read, and after positive reviews of this one, I was expecting great things of this book But sadly not Yes, the storyline is a good one, and starts off with much promise of great things But it is all about guns and shooting and who killed who Yes, I like crime thrillers, but this is NOT one of those Characters are just not well developed for me Many of them rather one dimensional Such a letdown after the previous Tina Boyd one I read I was going to give this two stars, but I suppose the ending was reasonable So despite what you may read elsewhere, this is not one of his best Go to the Tina Boyd series instead and start with The Last Ten Seconds WAY better I find this author a bit hit miss but this was definitely one of his much better books IMHO anyhow A good story that moves at a fast pace I like the story was told by both Gallan Iversson sort of good versus bad I find this author a bit hit miss but this was definitely one of his much better books IMHO anyhow A good story that moves at a fast pace I like the story was told by both Gallan Iversson sort of good versus bad Started interesting, drug along through the middle and then went on a high speed roller coaster ride at the very very end The end was almost too fast action packed frenetic Had potential but could benefit from an editor encouraging better pacing. When ex mercenary Max Iversson accompanies a nightclub owner to an ill fated rendezvous in a deserted north London industrial estate, it turns out to be not so much a set up as a bloodbath Three men have been shot, the briefcase Iversson has been guarding is empty and he wants to know whySo begins a hunt for answers that will take him into direct conflict with Detective Sergeant John Gallan and take both men into very dangerous territory [Reading] ➸ Peyton and the Paragon By Cathy Peper – Lavons.co.uk it turns out to be not so much a set up as a bloodbath Three men have been shot [PDF / Epub] ☆ On Black Sisters Street Author Chika Unigwe – Lavons.co.uk the briefcase Iversson has been guarding is empty and he wants to know whySo begins a hunt for answers that will take him into direct conflict with Detective Sergeant John Gallan and take both men into very dangerous territory This is a fast moving,well intertwined story Crude in parts but that fits the people in it The lead detective is good too It takes readers through the London underworld in a way that is probably not too far from the truth It would make a good television series. A thrill ride Love Simon s style I live Simon s writing You struggle to put it down Didn t see the twist coming Very twisty Great characters I can t wait to read the next one If the middle of the book was as fast paced as the final 100 odd pages then it would have easily scored higher than 3 stars Some characters were not ingrained in my mind either.


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About the Author: Simon Kernick

Simon Kernick born 1966 in Slough, Berkshire is a British thriller crime writer now living in Oxfordshire with his wife and two daughters He attended Gillotts School, a comprehensive in Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire Whilst he was a student his jobs included fruitpicker and Christmas tree uprooter He graduated from Brighton Polytechnic in 1991 with a degree in humanities Kernick had a passion for crime fiction writing from a young age and produced many short stories during his time at polytechnic After graduating Kernick joined MMT Computing in London in early 1992, where a relative was the Chairman and Managing Director Kernick was a key member of the sales team and was very highly regarded However, he left the company after 4 years in the hope of trying to secure a publishing deal Despite interest from a number of publishers Kernick was unable to secure a deal, so he joined the sales force of the specialist IT and Business Consultancy Metaskil plc in Aldermaston, Berkshire in 1998 where he remained until he secured his first book deal The Business of Dying in September 2001 His novel Relentless was recommended on Richard Judy s Summer book club 2007 It was the 8th best selling paperback, and the best selling thriller in the UK in the same year