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This story enraptured me from page one. Fingers gripping hold and didn't want to stop until the end. If your looking for a Thriller... this will definitely thrill. It even has my favourite, the paranormal. Loved listening to the recollections of British music from The Beatles to Wham!, it brought smiles and nostalgia to my heart. I'm totally unknowledgeable about anything football related, but this didn't lose me, it kept it's momentum of a phenomenal ride and broke my heart too. As for the twists! So many!
Thank you Martin, you totally rocked it!
This is the first book I have read by this author, it won't be the last. This is a story murder and mystery but what I liked is that a character called William Carmichael was a detective who is suffering from Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (PPMS) which I also suffer from. The way in which the author blends his illness into the story is brilliant. The police are trying to solve a series of murders in Birmingham UK, and it also takes you into cult movements, in Birmingham Alabama. I loved the pace in which this story flowed. Every chapter had bits in it that grabbed your attention.
The way in which the author portrayed the character with PPMS was terrific so much so that you feel as though the author has close ties with a sufferer. If you read one book this year then do yourself a favour and make it this one. Very highly recommended.
5+* 07 January 2016.
"A good story, strong characters rambling a bit sometimes, but I still enjoyed it immensely."
"A great book I couldn't put it down."
Founder of Chill with a Book Awards