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Gun Dealing (The Ryder Quartet Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Trace the weapons and catch the assassins. Detectives on the hunt for criminals out of control. After a brutal assassination of four police constables Detective Jeremy Ryder and his team are on the case. Meticulous work on ballistics and forensics begins to shine a light in the dark world of depraved criminals. It is action all the way, counterpointed by scenes of intense emotion among victims and their families, and warm camaraderie among the detectives. Drawing from the author's experience accompanying detectives to the front line of crime, on exhaustive interviews with forensics officers, and on research in the exact locations where the crimes occur, this crime thriller takes the reader into the real world of dark crime in a region described as the murder capital of the world.
Ian Patrick writes full-time from his home in the United Kingdom. After working as an actor, director and teacher in theatre, film and television, he turned to an academic career and for some years published scholarly essays in a range of international academic journals. He believes that his years as an actor and director now play a modest part in his writing, as does his past experience in scholarly research. 'My fiction is based to the best of my ability on research and field work. I have to believe every word my fictive characters say, every action they undertake, ' he says. 'I endeavour to make my fiction plausible and authentic. This requires exhaustive work and detailed research, and friends on occasion express surprise that it takes me up to a year of full-time work to write an eighty thousand word crime thriller. In my view, however, although it is clearly desirable to arrive at one's destination by bringing a work to publication, it is the journey that is the really exciting and enjoyable part of writing. I can only hope that readers will also enjoy the journey of discovering my characters and their foibles, their actions and their experiences. I hope, too, that they will inform me about and forgive me for any lapses in my work or any errors of detail.'
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Amazon.com: 8 reviews
A nice one
30 March 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
3 people found this helpful.
The book 'Gun Dealing', the second book in the series of four in 'The Ryder Quartet', is a revenge thriller set in one of the murder capitals of the world, where there are around 50 murders a day on average. The book is startling in its action and characters, and in its detailed forensic analysis, but it is also lots of fun. There are some hilarious discussions about rugby, and some nice interplay between the cops, but all the time we know that this is serious crime that we are dealing with. It is very much like a documentary film on jet-fuel.
Gun Dealing (2)
7 August 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
This story was a really hard one to follow because of the use of African words and their slang, either of which I don't understand. If someone is lost, you should put the glossary of words you know are going to cause confusion , in the front Instead of the end.
Excellent police procedural
6 January 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
This series continues to improve with an interesting cast of characters, strong plot lines and attention to detail. Very well written and a great addition to the genre.
12 November 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I found this story and the characters actions not as interesting as book 1. It did not hold my attention.
I am not a Book Reviewer or Critic, nor do I get paid to review books.
17 August 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
I am not a book critic or reviewer,I just like to read a wide genre of a diverse types
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