- Author:Simon Kernick
- Publisher:Corgi (February 2, 2009)
- Subcategory:Action & Adventure
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A corgi book: 9780552158084. First published in Great Britain in 2003 by Bantam Press a division of Transworld Publishers.
A corgi book: 9780552158084. This book is a work of fiction and, except in the case of historical fact, any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. A CIP catalogue record for this book.
It could wait until later.
It could wait until later Do you fancy a drink and a bite to eat?'. He nodded and grinned. I could do with both. Then let's get out of here,' I said, and we got our feet, once again leaving the Matthews incid room empty and silent. 344 Iversson lugger Lewis cooked supper that night. Thai fish curry with noodles and stir-fried veg. Very nice.
Simon Kernick is a British writer who was born in 1966 in Slough, a satellite town of London located about 20 miles west of Charing Cross. Simon spent several years working odd jobs and traveling after leaving school. He spent time as a barman, a stockroom assistant and even a fruit-picker. After traveling to the . Canada and Australia, he came back to the UK and enrolled in Brighton Polytechnic, where he graduated in 1991 with a degree in Humanities. With a recession in full swing, getting permanent employment was difficult after a few other odd jobs and a period on social aid, he became.
Author: Simon Kernick.
Simon Kernick has a very certain type of writing style. The Murder Exchange" is a gritty exploration of London's underworld
Simon Kernick has a very certain type of writing style. His books are usually very fast paced and normally it takes only a matter of a chapter or two before you are thrown in at the deep end of a story. This book followed the same format and we dive straight into Max Iversson's bad decision and when it all goes wrong. However, although you are thrown in at the deep end very quickly, the suspense level is not as high as I am used to with a Kernick book. The Murder Exchange" is a gritty exploration of London's underworld. The engaging plot is cleverly written, has a touch of humour to it and provides numerous twists to keep us tuned in and flipping pages.
Simon Kernick (born February 1967 in Slough, Berkshire) is a British thriller/crime writer now living in Oxfordshire with his two daughters. Kernick attended Gillotts School, a comprehensive in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire
Simon Kernick (born February 1967 in Slough, Berkshire) is a British thriller/crime writer now living in Oxfordshire with his two daughters. Kernick attended Gillotts School, a comprehensive in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. Whilst he was a student his jobs included fruit-picker and Christmas-tree uprooter. He graduated from Brighton Polytechnic in 1991 with a degree in humanities.
The Murder Exchange book. The second of the books by Simon Kernick and already I can spot that his plots are slightly formulaic. However, all is not doom and gloom with the book as the story was fast paced and, although so full of action, twists and turns that it was almost unbelievable, it is an interesting read, reasonably enjoyable and has characters for whom I felt some sympathy.
Simon Kernick is one of Britain’s most exciting thriller writers. Also By Simon Kernick. The Business of Dying. He arrived on the crime writing scene with his highly acclaimed debut novel The Business of Dying, the story of a corrupt cop moonlighting as a hitman. Simon’s big breakthrough came with his novel Relentless which was the biggest selling thriller of 2007. His most recent crime thrillers include Siege, Ultimatum, Stay Alive and The Final Minute.