- File Size: 1929 KB
- Print Length: 199 pages
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- Publisher: SalGad Publishing Group (December 18, 2016)
- Publication Date: December 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N9JD0Q2
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The story is fast paced and incredibly descriptive. Iain keeps knocking it out of the park.
5 stars. Thank you again, Mr. Wright.
End Play is the third and final novel in the Major Crimes Unit trilogy of books by Iain Rob Wright. Still reeling from the events of Hot Zone – the kidnapping at the hands of her father and the sudden reappearance of her deceased husband – Sarah Stone finds herself in pursuit of the most prolific serial killer London has seen since Jack the Ripper. The Flower Man, as he is called, takes his victims and turns them into living gardens, and Sarah will stop at nothing to bring him down. When a terrorist attack on a major London landmark interrupts her pursuit, Sarah comes face to face with her own personal “Boogeyman”. With more prominent London landmarks in the crosshairs, Sarah must choose what is more important – saving a life or saving her country.
Iain Rob Wright proves once again that he can write just about anything. While the MCU and Sarah Stone are departures from many of his other novels, this does not mean that they are in any way inferior. Stone is a strong female protagonist that faces the scars and demons of her past with a strength that most people only wished they had. The pace of this book can only be described as “breakneck”. From the first chapter to the last word, Wright conveys an urgency that is palpable as a country is thrown into chaos with no end in sight. I understand that this is to be the finale of the Sara Stone novels but with all good crime stores Wright leaves us with the knowledge that all is never well. The ending is brilliant, and a perfect tidbit to leave the reader with a cold tingle down their spine and a hope for a revisit in the future.
Sarah is going through a particularly tough time. Her husband, believed killed in action 5 years ago, is actually alive. (He was undercover while thought dead.) Sarah recognizes the importance of his mission and that he did what he did for the good of the country, but can she still trust him? Does she still love him?
To make matters worse, Islamic terrorists, led by Sarah’s nemesis Al-Sharir, blow up the Tower Bridge in London and threaten much greater destruction.
Sarah must also contend with the “Flower Man,” a serial killer who plants “gardens” in his victims’ orifices.
It’s no wonder that Sarah wants to retire from the Major Crimes Unit. Of course, she sticks around and saves the day, but at great personal cost.
As much as I love these books, I continue to have a major complaint about the atrocious editing, as it adversely affects my reading enjoyment. There are several instances of omitted words, typos and other errors. I don’t understand how an author of this caliber can publish a book with so many mistakes.
I received an advance copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review, but also purchased a copy for my own collection.
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