Loser's Town - Daniel Depp Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847394183 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Daniel Depp / ISBN: 1847394183 / Publication Date: 2010 / Publisher: Pocket Books
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A cracking crime thriller set in contemporary Hollywood
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by - written on 20/10/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I hadn't heard of Daniel Depp when I came across this in the library but it sounded interesting enough for a crime thriller fan. Unfortunately, it just didn't have that readability factor for me or the depth of characters and plot to keep me hanging on each sentence. The front cover reads: 'The only winners are the ones who survive" on the cover, along with 'A stunner of a thriller' - The Independent On Sunday. This intrigued me, seeing a good review. The tagline on the back cover read 'playing by the rules can be murder', and the blurb gave it a modern day American crime thriller appeal. Loser's town introduces us to David Spandau; previously ... Read the complete review
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