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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 June 2022
Who’d have thought fourteen years after reading the first Tom Thorne thriller in 2008 I’ll still be enjoying the series that’s got even better over the years. Tom Thorne lives a somewhat dishevelled life as he enjoys his football, a beer or two, and spending time with his friends Nicola and Phil and girlfriend Dr Melita Perera. Then his old enemy Stuart Nicklin returns and plunges him into a nightmare from which there’s no easy way out. ‘The Murder Book’ has been a gripping and tense thriller, well-written with an ingenious plot, twists and turns, and an exciting and nail-biting climax. I love the characters of Tom, Nicola and Phil, and the amusing dialogue between them that makes me smile. Will there be a book 19? I do hope so.
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