Above the Law - Dexter Dias Reviews
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Newest Review: ... shooter Earl Whitely whilst the other is his best friend Calvin who is the son of Andrea Chambers. This brings all three of ... more
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by - written on 21/04/07 (Very useful, 182 readings)
There are a lot of good qualities to this book and I did find it an enjoyable read which was both gripping and thought provoking however the one thing that did let it down was that it followed a very tried and trusted formula and hence it became quite predictable and lacked the sort of plot twists that would make me as a reader think “Wow I never saw that coming” The book centres on three main characters, a Yardie drug dealer Roots Johnson, DCI Hogarth a MET officer and Andrea Chambers a former criminal barrister who now practices commercial law in her fathers practice. The story opens with the shooting of a white south London eight year old girl who is caught ... Read the complete review
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