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Nothing Else Remains

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Author: Robert Scragg

Genre: Crime, Mystery & Thriller
Format: Hardback
ISBN: 9780749023256
Rights: World English
Pub. Date: 21st March 2019

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Price: £19.99

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When Max Brennan’s estranged father and then his own girlfriend go missing in quick succession, he turns to his old friend Detective Jake Porter for help. As Max is then attacked in his own home, Porter and his partner Nick Styles waste no time in investigating. But when their main suspect turns up dead, alongside a list of other targets, it seems the case is much bigger than it first appeared. With events spiraling, can Porter and Styles catch the killer before another victim is claimed?

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Wow! What a thriller. Keeps you guessing right to the end. Can't wait for the next one. It's a must read.Julia Percival

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Having had 'debut novel' as one of the criteria when reviewing "What Falls Between the Cracks", the first novel in the Porter and Styles series, any follow up was always going to have the potential to be a tougher one to critique. Well blow me down - Robert Scragg has returned with a darker, tougher, more confident and significantly mesmerising (I NEVER use the word 'gripping', it is far too clich├ęd!) follow-up that had me seriously wondering if the author hasn't secretly been writing novels under a different name for years. This really doesn't read like a second novel, the levels of intrigue and the plot are just so clever and I found it very original, holding my attention throughout. The characterisation that was introduced in the first book is carried through in this, and we see a little more of the interaction between Porter and Styles and their extended families and how they fit in - just enough, too, they don't take over, but do contribute to the story and move it forwards. Nothing Else Remains definitely feels darker, and the crime so real.Scotkris

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Books in this series                                  See full list »

  • What Falls Between the Cracks
  • Nothing Else Remains
  • All That is Buried

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