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Description Details:You don't mess with Rosie Gilmour and get away with it. Crime reporter Rosie Gilmour is back at The Post, bruised and battered from her last investigation but determined to find missing barmai... more

Description Thrilling. Compulsive. Dangerous. REVENGE is the brand new novel from the phenomenal No. 1 bestselling author Martina Cole. BE SURE YOUR SINS WILL FIND YOU OUT . Michael Flynn is untouchable in a worl... more

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“Martina Cole - Close”

published 15/04/2007

Advantages another cole classic

Disadvantagesnot as good as some of her previous work

...Martina Cole - Close I couldn't wait to buy the new book from Martina Cole, Close and even though I cant stand to read hardback books, when I saw it in Tesco's for a discounted price I snapped it up and rushed home with a big bar of chocolate to begin the read. Unlike most Cole books this particular one seemed to take me a little while to get into the plot. For those who have yet...

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AdvantagesA compelling tale of a criminally inclined family

DisadvantagesStrong language and violent scenes may cause offence.

...Review of ?The Take? a novel by Martina Cole I am reviewing the hardback version of the book, ISBN 978-0747269717 , 512 pages, published by Headline Book Publishing, in 2005. Jacket price £17.99. Also available used from www.amazon.co.uk . **The Novel** This novel is from the pen of Martina Cole, a British author who has made the London criminal underworld come alive for the readers...

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...My local library managed to arrange for Martina Cole to come and talk about herself and her books and she is a very interesting person. She was born in the year 1959 in the county of Essex .The youngest of five children and her parents were Irish and not well off and Catholic. Her father was a merchant seaman and her mother was a psychiatric nurse in Aveley which is in Essex. Her...

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