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  • Marlborough Man

    A Police and underworld crime thriller. This is not my usual genre as the television world tends to saturate viewing with this type of story. However the author does provide the reader comprehensive descriptions of the spectacular location in New Zealand, enough for me to Google tourist info of the area, not having seen that part of NZ. Nick undercover cop in the UK is compromised and needs a whole new identity to escape and start a new, ending up in New Zealand. He has a family so there is always that added element and the reader would realise that at sometime their involvement with the “nasty piece of goods” that the main story revolves around would come to pass. All the characters are described beautifully so that the reader is totally immersed into the story, the pig hunters are true to description as is the greenie, the environment destroyer business man. Nick’s boss is a little more forgiving than one would expect from a boss but he is a minor character. Nick is still troubled by the badmen in the UK with the intrigue well drawn out by the author until the conclusion of this event... but is it? The inclusion of New Zealand culture, Maori sayings, beliefs and insights are beautifully described and add another dimension to this book.

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