Revenge, Hardback Book
3.5 out of 5 (1 rating)


BE SURE YOUR SINS WILL FIND YOU OUT.Michael Flynn is untouchable in a world of power, money and violence.

He fights for what he wants and he takes it, whatever the cost.

He learns the rules of the Life from the best and when his mentor, legendary Face Patrick Costello, is taken out, no one questions that Michael Flynn is his natural successor.

For Michael, loyalty - and crime - pay.Michael Flynn rises to heights beyond anything the criminal underworld has seen.

He owns everyone and he rules his empire with an even but fierce hand.

No one would dare challenge him.Then the unthinkable happens.

Perhaps Michael Flynn is not so untouchable after all, and he must learn that...WITHOUT THE SHEDDING OF BLOOD THERE CAN BE NO FORGIVENESS OF SINS.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 560 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Thriller / suspense
  • ISBN: 9780755375615

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I can always remember reading ‘The Ladykiller’ by Martina Cole and being blown away by it. I had never read anything like it before. I was then hooked by her books. Lately though her books have lost a little of what made her early ones so good.This book is along the same lines. Micheal Flynn works his way up to the top of the east end crime world and is untouchable. He has a wife and a daughter, and plenty of cronies. From his past someone surfaces and wants revenge.What I found with this book was that the story line was quite weak and the middle section of the story was fluffed out with a plenty of violence and swearing and I did think over use of the ‘c’ word. As with all MC books this is what to really expect and if a reader is easily offended then these books are not for them. I enjoyed the first part of the book and the end section but the middle for not really much happened compared to her earlier works.As always a good read but I felt that MC has done a lot better in the past.

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