Third book in The Dead Trilogy.
There are bad people on both sides of the law; those so hungry for victory that they will trample on anyone to achieve it.
SOCO, Roger Conniston, always believed in the law. Not now though. Now he believes only in himself. He has business with people who have no right being alive, and if success costs him everything they left him with, he’ll happily pay. For him, this is a journey into places he didn’t know existed, encountering people so violent and determined that he almost weakens. The question facing Roger is: how far dare you go?
Old enemies – and new ones – backstab and double-cross each other to get to Roger. But among them are those too greedy to realise that gaining their goal will ultimately kill them.
Deceit, friendship, greed, and honour, are all played out in the concluding episode of The Dead Trilogy.
An excellent ending to a brilliant series. A roller-coaster read from start to finish. Indeed with more twist and turns than a corkscrew. Will be waiting eagerly for Andrew's next book. Soon I hope!
The writing is powerful, the dialogue gritty and uncompromising. This book has everything you could want from the crime/thriller genre and is a fitting climax to an unforgettable trilogy.