Fogarty

J. Jackson Bentley

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Fogarty By J. Jackson Bentley Fogarty miles away in New Zealand a Senator and his son witness the London Riots of August on live TV Suddenly in the midst of the carnage there appears a familiar face a man who wrecked their fa

  • Title: Fogarty
  • Author: J. Jackson Bentley
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  • Page: 211
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  • Fogarty By J. Jackson Bentley 11,000 miles away in New Zealand a Senator and his son witness the London Riots of August 2011 on live TV Suddenly in the midst of the carnage there appears a familiar face, a man who wrecked their family and murdered a much loved mother When the All Blacks former Captain, Ben Fogarty, flies to London to see justice done he uncovers a family secret that had laid hidden11,000 miles away in New Zealand a Senator and his son witness the London Riots of August 2011 on live TV Suddenly in the midst of the carnage there appears a familiar face, a man who wrecked their family and murdered a much loved mother When the All Blacks former Captain, Ben Fogarty, flies to London to see justice done he uncovers a family secret that had laid hidden for thirty years and which undermines everything he believed about his parenthood Battling against London gangsters and teenaged rioters Ben tries to protect his family but he soon finds that life in London is tougher and dangerous than any rugby field J Jackson Bentley s third City of London Thriller is contemporary, gritty and believable, it concludes with gut wrenching twist at around 95,000 words.
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    1. Malcolm Thomson on said:

      After three tall tales spun by JJ one becomes accustomed to his incremental what happens next approach to storytelling and inured to the whopping improbability he is inclined to drop in close to the end In this instance it was the incursion of seven foot painted Maoris The next book is set in Dubai, a city I know much better than the City of London I look forward to all manner or surprises.I am also beginning to wonder whether the JJ brand does not apply to a small team of authors The City of Lo [...]

    2. Zoe Richardson on said:

      This was the BEST of the four books by far So much realistic and the storyline was pretty easy to follow unlike some of the other books The gang culture and rivalries were believable than all the top secret agents and spy characters featured in the other books.Really enjoyed this, and it came pretty close to being just as thrilling as 48 hours.Oh how I wish Jackson produced works like this rather than going a little over the top with the plots making them appropriate for a 10 year old.

    3. Dale on said:

      An enjoyable read, but for goodness sake if you re going to write about a country make sure you get your facts straight This is not the first time I ve read a book which uses New Zealand as a location but gets the facts wrong We don t have ranches in NZ, we have farms, Paua is a shell not a gem, The Maori don t go walkabout, thats Australia and the list goes on On top of that it makes me question whether the Author has it right about other locations But otherwise an entertaining tale.

    4. Wendy on said:

      I ve read a couple of J Jackson Bentley s books and enjoyed them as they are fast paced and quite exciting mysteries This one I didn t enjoy as much I was bogged down by the many characters trying to keep them straight I will read of his stories though.

    5. Woofas on said:

      Thoroughly enjoyable book that rips along at a cracking pace Crooks, good bad police, journalists and even an All Black rugger player combine in an entertaining tale of putting the world to right.It may not be wonderful literature but who cares

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