DI Matt Barnes 1: A Reason To Kill [NOOK Book]

Overview

Following a gangland assault on his life, DI Matt Barnes is determined to track down his would-be assassin, Gary Noon, an evil, sadistic psychopath, hired by the crime boss he was trying to put away, Frank Santini.

This is the first in the DI Matt Barnes series of books.

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DI Matt Barnes 1: A Reason To Kill

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Overview

Following a gangland assault on his life, DI Matt Barnes is determined to track down his would-be assassin, Gary Noon, an evil, sadistic psychopath, hired by the crime boss he was trying to put away, Frank Santini.

This is the first in the DI Matt Barnes series of books.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044267909
  • Publisher: Head Nook Books
  • Publication date: 1/23/2013
  • Series: DI Matt Barnes , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 35,050
  • File size: 446 KB

Meet the Author

I write the type of original, action-packed, violent crime thrillers that I know I would enjoy reading if they were written by such authors as: Lee Child, David Baldacci, Harlan Coben, Michael Connelly and their ilk.Over twenty years in the Prison Service proved great research into the minds of criminals, and especially into the dark world that serial killers - of who I have met quite a few - frequent.I live in a cottage a mile from the nearest main road in the Yorkshire Wolds, enjoy photography, the wildlife, and of course creating new characters to place in dilemmas that my mind dreams up.What makes a good read? Believable protagonists that you care about, set in a story that stirs all of your emotions.If you like crime fiction, then I believe that 'Deadly Reprisal' and 'A Reacher Kind of Guy - Aftermath' will push all the right buttons for you.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2013

    Good

    Fairly good, although the british slang was difficult to understand at times. The mystery itself was interesting and absorbing. Long book at over 800 pages. Would recommend.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2014

    Intriguing read

    My husband and I absolutley enjoyed every page of this book. The story was a page turner from beginning to end. If you like a good versus evil then you will enjoy this book. It was very well written even with the British overtones. Thank you to the author for sharing your writing with us. Look forward to ready the next two books.

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