Monday, 8 December 2014
Thursday, 4 December 2014
Ever since I was 15 years old when I read my first novel cover to cover, Arcade by Robert Maxxe, I’ve been keeping a book list in which I record every book I read, the date I finished it, whether it was a paper back or hardback, how many pages it had and my rating out of ten.
I thought you may be interested in what I had to write about Dead Man’s Grip…
Hard Back (HB) 406 pages, 10/10
It’s been a while since I’ve read a Roy Grace/Peter James book. I had been reading his Perfect People novel and though 388 pages in, I put it aside to read Dead Man’s Grip which I conveniently came across in a charity shop.
I would say this is his best Roy Grace story I’ve read, but won’t only because Peter James always writes brilliant Roy Grace stories, but I must mention that this book got me pacing the room, screaming out in shock, thumping the book in excitement and dancing about the room like the lunatic I really am.
The twists and turns will stay with me until I’m old and senile.
Peter James at his sizzling best. The last chapter--- WOW! Now I wasn’t expecting that!
The good news is that I’ve got Dead Man’s Time waiting patiently to be read, which was again conveniently picked up at a charity shop for a fraction of the cover price.
Having already read the first four chapters, I just know I’m in store for another roller coaster adventure!
Thanks Peter, as always your fan…