Bad Company

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Bad Company ❰Reading❯ ➽ Bad Company Author Liza Cody – Polishdarling.co.uk The second novel featuring private detective Anna Lee, first encountered in Dupe , which won the John Creasy Award When she is abducted by a motorcycle gang, her colleagues discover that the incident The second novel featuring private detective Anna Lee, first encountered in Dupe , which won theJohn Creasy Award When she is abducted by a motorcycle gang, her colleagues discover that the incident is linked to a major gangland murder in London, and further bloodshed is feared.


10 thoughts on “Bad Company

  1. Karlene Karlene says:

    .Thought this book was better than the first with getting to know the key characters in Ms Lee e life Thoroghly enjoyed the read.


  2. Phil Syphe Phil Syphe says:

    Bad Company proved to be a bad read.The potential was there for a great crime thriller, but thrills are sadly missing here It lacks an engaging narrative and compelling characters I won t give the ending away but will state that it left me dissatisfied.What irritated beyond everything else was the excessive number of adverbs If, as the saying goes, The road to Hell is paved with adverbs , then that road first passes through this book This is worst of all in the dialogue attribution, where Bad Company proved to be a bad read.The potential was there for a great crime thriller, but thrills are sadly missing here It lacks an engaging narrative and compelling characters I won t give the ending away but will state that it left me dissatisfied.What irritated beyond everything else was the excessive number of adverbs If, as the saying goes, The road to Hell is paved with adverbs , then that road first passes through this book This is worst of all in the dialogue attribution, where the author tries to use a different adverb every time a character speaks he said conversationally, she said angrily, etc It s distracting to the point that come halfway through the book, I would wonder which adverb was coming up whenever a character began to speak A good writer should be able to show the characters emotions with actions, not rely on adverbs to tell the reader about it


  3. Meredith Galman Meredith Galman says:

    Really expands Anna s world by telling the story from the POV of her detective colleagues as well as herself Defeats the expectations of the genre by not having the case all tidily wrapped up at the end.


  4. Alex Alex says:

    Interesting for the observations on the behaviour of two very different personalities when locked up in a cellar.


  5. Juli Juli says:

    3.5


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10 thoughts on “Bad Company

  1. Karlene Karlene says:

    .Thought this book was better than the first with getting to know the key characters in Ms Lee e life Thoroghly enjoyed the read.


  2. Phil Syphe Phil Syphe says:

    Bad Company proved to be a bad read.The potential was there for a great crime thriller, but thrills are sadly missing here It lacks an engaging narrative and compelling characters I won t give the ending away but will state that it left me dissatisfied.What irritated beyond everything else was the excessive number of adverbs If, as the saying goes, The road to Hell is paved with adverbs , then that road first passes through this book This is worst of all in the dialogue attribution, where Bad Company proved to be a bad read.The potential was there for a great crime thriller, but thrills are sadly missing here It lacks an engaging narrative and compelling characters I won t give the ending away but will state that it left me dissatisfied.What irritated beyond everything else was the excessive number of adverbs If, as the saying goes, The road to Hell is paved with adverbs , then that road first passes through this book This is worst of all in the dialogue attribution, where the author tries to use a different adverb every time a character speaks he said conversationally, she said angrily, etc It s distracting to the point that come halfway through the book, I would wonder which adverb was coming up whenever a character began to speak A good writer should be able to show the characters emotions with actions, not rely on adverbs to tell the reader about it


  3. Meredith Galman Meredith Galman says:

    Really expands Anna s world by telling the story from the POV of her detective colleagues as well as herself Defeats the expectations of the genre by not having the case all tidily wrapped up at the end.


  4. Alex Alex says:

    Interesting for the observations on the behaviour of two very different personalities when locked up in a cellar.


  5. Juli Juli says:

    3.5


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