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Review

No mercy

03 February 2020
Written by: Martina Cole
Review by: Dee Atkinson
Genre: General Fiction

Diana Davies has been head of the family business since the death of her husband. She’s developed a fierce reputation of her own and faces the prospect of handing over the reins to her only son Angus.

While she slowly hands over control she keeps an eye on proceedings through his minder Roy.

Angus marries Lorna, the love of his life and while he still has his dalliances, he is firmly committed to her. They have three children and Angus will face his own introducing his children to the business.

Written in her very familiar style, there is plenty of choice language which tends to go with the territory. It’s hard not to get hooked by the short chapters and easy to read style. Keeps you wanting more.

Gangsters, the ‘good life’, crime and punishment. As usual No Mercy has it all.

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