Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Harry's Justice

by Andy Wiseman

Crime Fiction
Thriller

ASIN B01MS5OH4B  ISBN-13 978-1542301176
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages 318

My Review

Ex-gangland hardman Harry Windsor is a complicated character with a murky past. When Mollie Dolan goes missing, her father seeks the help of Harry to bring her safely home. Joined in his search by investigative journalist Izzy and policeman Steve, they are led into the seedy world of organised crime. It's a world Harry knows all too well; a past he'd hoped he'd left behind....

I thought Harry's Justice was excellent. The characters are well-developed and the plot, although brutal at times, flowed fantastically. I was totally engrossed and it soon became apparent I was reading a quality piece of writing. I hope author Andy Wiseman has plans for more books featuring Harry Windsor. A great read.

* My thanks to author Andy Wiseman for providing me with a copy of this book.

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The Blurb

Harry Windsor is an ex-gangland enforcer, now an ex-convict who has made a vow to go straight. But he’s finding it difficult.

Following a chance meeting with a man whose daughter has gone missing, and an offer of payment to find her, Harry begins a search.

The consequences take him back into London’s criminal underworld where he encounters the ruthlessness of Russian organised crime, the cunning of his former crime boss, and the police wanting to arrest him for murder.

The search becomes one of survival as Harry deals retribution and justice in equal measure, yet torn between whether or not to break his vow in order to save the girl.

Harry’s journey is one of self-discovery and dark secrets, facing fears in order to exorcise the demons of his past.

Will the journey’s end bring Harry a level of peace and closure?

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