Thursday, June 21, 2012
A SIMPLE ACT OF VIOLENCE - R J Ellory
Detective Miller is called into investigate a series of murders where the victims suffer a sever beating and are then killed.
As the investigation progresses he and his team discover that none of the victims exist. He then sets out to find the common link.
The story becomes very political, very political actually, but there is enough action to keep the pages turning, all 500 of them.
Lots of killing, lots of intrigue, a tad far fetched in that the police aren't really as stupid as they are made to appear here but if they were any sharper we would have no story.
A good read, not brilliant but enjoyable with a good twist in the tail.