This is a very interesting book. Wasn't sure initially, just needed something to listen to on the train journey to London... well, this is the best bo..Show More »ok I have ever listened to. Very well narrated, fast moving, couldn't put it down. Try it if you like a bit of real life crime story. Don't be put off by only two reviews...
This story was fast moving and edge of the seat stuff, I did enjoy it mainly .... but - some of the violence was really heavy and I didn't really like..Show More » the political theme. Aside from that the writing was good and the overall story had me routing for the good guys and hating the bad guys.
Rosie, super reporter with a nose for a story gets herself yet again deeper and deeper into a mega story. Like an iceberg it is so difficult at the b..Show More »eginning of a story to judge the true size of the iceberg. Rosie keeps getting into near fatal situations, but chance, and quick thinking on her part, allows her to live another day. All exciting stuff to the very end. Excellent narrator.
I've been waiting a while for this and this is another very good book in the series.
Great story follows Rosie sticking her nose in where i..Show More »t isn't welcome again - well written and read as usual- pleased the narrator hasn't changed as you get used to the characters read in the same way to help to create the images in your mind.
Hopefully the next instalment will be out soon.....
I really love the characters in this series, The story is excellent and I like the fact that the main characters are not nasty or spiteful, they have ..Show More »genuine friendships - which is really more like life, I get fed up with all the backstabbing obnoxious behaviour in some current novels. This doesn't get in the way of a good story, and a tense drama. I am not thrilled by the bad language - but even that is mainly used by the roughest characters so is tolerable. To have the story told by the journalist looking for a scoop is an interesting angle.
I have enjoyed all of this series and look forward to the next in line.
My only quibble is that some of the accents - (the Irish one particularly), are VERY odd!