Joe Clayton thought the dangers of his undercover career were behind him. He was wrong. One grey October he hears the voice of the man who has sworn to destroy him. Minutes later Joe is running for his life again. Desperate for sanctuary, he heads for the small Cornish town of Trelennan. But gradually Joe discovers that Trelennan is far from the idyllic, law-abiding resort it claims to be...
©2011 Tom Bale (P)2012 W F Howes Ltd
All the characters.
Colin Mace is a great narrator. Listening to his voice I couldn't shut the book off till I was finished.
"Now that's how you narrate!"
The second book for ex cop Joe and this was superb. Excellent, once again, characters with back stories and all wrapped in with plots and sub plots.
Colin mace totally brings this to life and is the perfect choice for such a book.
It was so cliched with the 'Hero' ex-cop crap poking his nose into other people affairs when he's supposed to be hiding out! But get this; he's just 'to brave' to leave justice to others!! Yawn!!...... The only thing missing was the bad guy being called 'Brad' or something! I was so disappointed!! I chose this title after reading another book that was actually quite gripping by this author.
Something minus bullet dodging, unbelievably brave mythical heroes!
Nothing wrong with the narrator it was the material he had to work with!!
All the unbelievable story book heroics! About 80% of the whole!!
I'm 46 years old; I might have found this mildly interesting about 40 years ago!!
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