I received a free copy of The Movie Version in exchange for an honest review, all opinions are my own.
Title: The Trap
Author: Alan Gibbons… 345 more words
“Grieve not, rather find strength in what remains behind” (Ode: Intimations of Immortality, Wordsworth)
So………having encountered Mick Herron’s first in his Jackson Lamb series, a bare week or so ago, I was utterly unable to resist downloading and compulsively devouring book 2. 678 more words
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“They began a mad search for enemies inside the organisation itself – seeking to find more hidden traitors who could be used to explain why MI5 kept failing to do its job properly.
Borstal for spies; Herron trips, feints and cleverly deceives the reader every step of the way
Mick Herron’s Slow Horses, the first book in a series set in ‘Slough House’ a kind of transfer to the bottom stream for spooks from MI5 who have made mistakes, is stunning. 811 more words
There’s no doubt about it: Mick Herron blows the bloody doors off with the opening chapters of Real Tigers. This is stand-out, showboat, top rank writing, honed close to perfection with all the skill and dedication of an artisan craftsman. 444 more words