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The Hanging Club Audio CD – Unabridged, 19 May 2016
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- Publisher : W F Howes Ltd; Unabridged edition (19 May 2016)
- Language : English
- Audio CD : 7 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1510027092
- ISBN-13 : 978-1510027091
- Dimensions : 13.9 x 3 x 16.7 cm
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We get to know DC Max Wolfe and his daughter Scout (and dog Stan) quite well in their first outing, The Murder Bag. Max features strongly again of course, but we don't see much of Scout - which saddened me a little because I think Parsons writes her innocent yet shrewd personality well.
As per the blurb, this book is very much about the fine line between between justice and vengeance; between right and wrong.
Again Max consults with his colleague at the Crime Museum and there's a strong reliance on history and hidden messages and motivations in an attempt to get ahead of the club's next outing.
I look forward to more in this series.
Read the full review on my blog: http://www.debbish.com/books-literature/the-hanging-club-by-tony-parsons/
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The story of a group of people abducting and hanging people who have been found guilty of murder, rape and killing by dangerous driving but have escaped a lifetime in jail is a very topical concept, and one that leaves the reader a lot to think about. That coupled with various other storylines makes it a fantastic and totally absorbing read. As always, the story is interspersed with tales of Max Wolfe and his young daughter, and of course their lovely dog Stan. These little diversions really contribute to an enjoyable read taking away the horror of what Max is investigating. Towards the end, as the action really hots up, it becomes exciting and in places a little scary which keeps you reading well into the night.
Tony Parsons is one of those authors that I could go on reading forever, his books are well written and exceedingly well researched and always leave me feeling that I have learnt a lot of history whilst enjoying a great work of fiction.