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Never Count Out the Dead #2020

Never Count Out the Dead From the winner of the CWA John Creasey Dagger comes a second thriller equally as powerful terrifying and gripping as God is a Bullet When a Los Angeles construction scandal threatens to blow sky hig

  • Title: Never Count Out the Dead
  • Author: Boston Teran
  • ISBN: 9780330491044
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Never Count Out the Dead By Boston Teran, From the winner of the CWA John Creasey Dagger comes a second thriller equally as powerful, terrifying and gripping as God is a Bullet When a Los Angeles construction scandal threatens to blow sky high, suspicions soar, allegiances crumble, and an unlikely investigative reporter uncovers enough material to bring prominent careers crashing to an end Behind the scenes, oneFrom the winner of the CWA John Creasey Dagger comes a second thriller equally as powerful, terrifying and gripping as God is a Bullet When a Los Angeles construction scandal threatens to blow sky high, suspicions soar, allegiances crumble, and an unlikely investigative reporter uncovers enough material to bring prominent careers crashing to an end Behind the scenes, one woman thinks she s pulling the strings on an adrenaline and drug fuelled high, she plots the downfall of her enemies and the survival of the one person she trusts Herself Let nobody underestimate the murderous Dee Storey Least of all her daughter, Shay A girl with secrets than someone her age ought to have A girl whose future will be forever linked with a dark night in the Mojave Preserve and a small town sheriff called John Victor Sully Even if she doesn t know it yet Even if she never will But who could have foreseen that the night of October 27, 1987 would precipitate, some eleven years on, the mysterious execution of five people in San Frasquito Canyon Certainly not John Victor Sully At least, not until he got the taste for revenge

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    1. Hmm, one asks of another, hey, do you like to read Boston Teran The other, replies, No, I hate poetry.It s a valid analogy and part of what I love and hate about Terans writing Theres just so much cool trendy metaphor and it s just so bleeding good, that you almost want to forgive the effort it takes to slave yourself through paragraphs of story that you want to charge through He writes good stuff but it s so steeped in this self basting treacle that continuity and context, character background [...]

    2. I found this book strange, yet intriguing I admit that I found the slang used very unfamiliar, but that isn t why I didn t rate this book very high Vic, the left for dead police office who s career is destroyed is bent on revenge, according to the jacket That just didn t come through I did for very sorry for Shay, the target of her mother s hate love self destruction, but she is really the only beleivable character I found in the book i just wasn t impressed, but not bored enough to stop reading [...]

    3. A great book for the dog days of summer This book is a fever burning in the brain,racing speeding bullet fashion from intense,to crazy with the occasional detour into dementia Teran is like Charles Dickens on crystal meth,populating his novel with a cast of murders,sadists,lunatics,freak, and subdivions of all of the above He may even have succeeded in inventing a few charcter types that can t be qualified I don t promise that you ll like this book it is aimed at a certain taste,but I do promise [...]

    4. Cosa ne penso Penso che un buon Thompson pi contemporaneo incrociato ad uno dei migliori Ellroy, pu rendere l idea di quale lettura sia L abisso della Solitudine Nero, ambientato in quell America che tanto strizza l occhio a J Lansdale ma in tempi pi recenti.Insomma proseguo questo primo libro di questo autore.A conclusione penso che sia un ottimo noir con, forse, qualche pagina di troppo per

    5. I count this book with The Stand by Stephen King, The Great and Secret Show by Clive Barker and Damascus Gate by Robert Stone as one of the most enjoyable journeys my mind has been taken on by the words of another person Dark, Gritty, and very believable if you have ever lived in the swirl of madness the drug world has to offer.

    6. I have never come across a writing style quite in the same league as this so expressive forceful, borderline poetry in parts.Seriously enjoyed it gritty, dark , well, than a little crazy

    7. Brilliantly engaging Some don t like all the colourful language of this author imagine Henry Miller gone all modern murder

    8. I really enjoyed Mr Teran s first novel, God is a Bullet He didn t have a soph let down with his second effort This is pulp fiction at it s best.

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