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Having just re-read the book, I found it was 'close' as in 'near'.but what a great story.
The very sad thing about Martina Cole's books is that she has no knowledge of the English language, or if she does she is too lazy to use it.
I didn't find any of the characters appealing or likable, including the central figure Lily.
I did enjoy this book. A good read. I like Martina Cole as an author and she didn't disappoint with this bookPublished 3 months ago by michelle
Another fantastic book from Martina. I'm running out of superlatives for her work, she out-writes every writer I have ever read apart from John Grisham , I can't wait to get... Read morePublished 5 months ago by thai pauly
This was a great book lots of drama , bit of love crime and lots of twists and turns,, love her books,Published 17 months ago by bernie millar
Good characters good story
Pat Brodie the usual Martina cole character is sexy and charming as is his eldest son
Plenty of twists but the book is long and does go on at... Read more
I would give all of Martina Cole's books 5 stars, because I love them. This title had me confused. I wondered was it 'close' as in 'shut' or 'close' as in 'near'. Read morePublished on November 26, 2012 by Marlene
I have read many of Martina Coles' books and really enjoyed them, but this one is dreadful. It is poorly written, repetitive, dreadful grammar and quite frankly, boring.Published on October 20, 2012 by Atty
This book by Martina Cole is a gripping one. The topic is not one that would appear to be so compelling because it is about a crime family. Read morePublished on September 24, 2011 by J. Robert Ewbank
Close was as exciting as all of the other Martina Cole books that I have read. No author comes close to describing the English underworld as Ms. Cole; and I have tried them all. Read morePublished on April 24, 2011 by Diana Gallant
Martina Cole's "Close" was a was a fast-paced and heart-wrenching story about Lily Diamond who finally escaped her miserable upbringing by catching the eye of hardened criminal;... Read morePublished on April 22, 2011 by D. Williamson