Home, safe and sound after a quick turnaround trip to Russia as a chaperone, Greg Redman is pleased to be back in the UK even though his employer is a friend. A quiet night in turns into a nightmare when an old TV program is shown again. A rouge chat show-host also sees the show. A journalist at the top of his game, caught in a trap of mistaken loyalty, and two lost souls make a dreadful mistake. Is murder on someone's mind? Will the law enforcement help? Kinman and Wells discover a link to a previous case and will be calling in ex-military pals. Will they be able to put an end to some dangerous and shocking events?
I read Josie's first book and loved it so couldn't wait to read the next one. Well today I started and finished this book. Josie keeps you drawn in at all times. Another great book from Josie. Highly recommend both books by Josie Wells.
This is a great read. The story-telling is again first class. Bag of Dolls had a first-person female narrator, but The Repeat is more male-oriented, with authentic insights into shadowy, security-connected surveillance and the highly dubious ‘out of hours’ activities of high-profile figures who should know better.
The story is up-to-the-minute relevant, with its references to a certain genre of the TV show and the Establishment’s habitual attempts to hush up embarrassing scandals. It’s another punchy, eye-opening page-turner from Josie Wells.
Another brilliant book by this author. The way Josie writes this 2nd book gives you a sense of building drama and anticipation, keeps you on the edge of your seat. The author is creating an awareness of the child abuse that goes on behind the scenes of some of our very shady, rich and famous! Thoroughly enjoyed reading the Repeat.
Josie isn't afraid to shine a spotlight on the murkier side of life and her latest novel is no exception. With her unique and quirky style of writing, she takes you on a fast-paced journey into the illicit underworld of child sex abuse. A very relevant and timely book. Highly recommended.
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