The Life - Martina Cole Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755375572 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Martina Cole / Hardcover / 512 Pages / Book is published 2012-09-13 by Headline
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by - written on 11/03/14 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Martina Cole is a prolific and best selling crime writer and 'The Life' is billed as 'the most authentic novel of gangster family life ever written'. Book details ======== Published: 13/09/2012 Headline Book Publishing ISBN: 9780755375578 Amazon prices: Hardback £9, Paperback £3.85 or Kindle 3.49 The plot (without giving too much away) ========================= Peter and Daniel Bailey are half-brothers with very different characters. Peter is the older of the two men and has a more considered approach than Daniel whose violent temper is legendary. Both however are ruthless and together they rule the East End ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/14 (Very useful, 42 readings)
<<<<**I am dedicating this review to a very special man, Chris Daniels (aka CPT DANIELS) possibly the best book review writer I have ever come across. Rest in peace Chris, you will be sadly missed by many in the on line reviewing community.**>>>> Review of 'The Life', a novel by Martina Cole I am reviewing the paperback version of this book, published by Headline, 608 pages, ISBN 978-0755375592, cover price £7.99. Genre Crime/Thriller. This paperback is currently available from amazon for £3.85 new, £2.99 for the Kindle version or from 0.01 (+p&p) used. **The Plot** Peter and Daniel Bailey were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I first became a big fan of Martina Cole's crime fiction books almost 4 years ago when I whizzed through her novel "Two Women" in less than 24 hours. However, after a while I stopped reading them as I found the genre quite repetitive and the underlying tones symmetrical just with different character names. Nonetheless, about 6 weeks ago or so I decided to buy the new Martina Cole book on amazon (courtesy of dooyoo) and give the new release another try in the hope I would find a book that would capture my interest after disastrous results reading a previous Patricia Cornwell book (see a different review!). I did find this book a lot better although it did take .. Read the complete review
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