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by Simon Kernick
Most of Simon Kernick’s novels are stand alone adventures, but his beginnings in the writing world were accomplished on the back of an interesting character, who is the protagonist in three of his novels
The Business of Dying. Most of Simon Kernick’s novels are stand alone adventures, but his beginnings in the writing world were accomplished on the back of an interesting character, who is the protagonist in three of his novels. Dennis Milne is a London police officer, a sergeant in fact. Dennis has a secret that makes him a rather interesting individual, he supplements his income by working as a part time hit man. In Simon Kernick’s debut novel The Business of Dying, we are introduced to this fascinating individual.
Simon Kernick is one of Britain's most exciting new thriller writers. He arrived on the crime-writing scene with his highly acclaimed debut novel The Business of Dying, the story of a corrupt cop moonlighting as a hitman.
He drank like a professional, gambled like an amateur, and still managed a pack of cigarettes a day, the odd Cuban cigar and a good four thousand calories of the kind of rich, fatty food that makes dieticians tear their hair out, and everyone else salivate. But his favourite vice – the one.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In his new bestseller, superb plotting and great characters keep pace in a race-against-time thriller by Transworld’s brightest crime writing star. Did someone try to kill me or am I going mad? When writer Rob Fallon gets drunk one night and ends up joining his friend’s girlfriend.
It is only a minor exaggeration to say that Simon Kernick’s Target is to an actual thriller like McDonald’s meal is to actual food
It is only a minor exaggeration to say that Simon Kernick’s Target is to an actual thriller like McDonald’s meal is to actual food. McDonald’s fare has calories and it fills the stomach, yet the stuff is devoid of taste and has little nutritional value. Target contains just the plot; there are no additional values.
I still ached all over, and my mouth was bone dry, but I felt a vague euphoria. Against all the odds, I was alive. My hospital room was small and bright, and I was lying in bed. Outside. I could hear voices and people moving about. The clock on the wall read ten past midnight. As I lay there, I remembered with intense clarity digging my own grave in the rain, and watching Maxwell die. I'd never seen someone die before, even though I'd written about death vividly enough in Conspiracy.
Город: EnglandПодписчиков: 6 ты. себе: Bestselling thriller writer and all-roun. себе: Bestselling thriller writer and all-round nice guy, though I say so myself.
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