Exit Wounds



❮Reading❯ ➵ Exit Wounds ➭ Author Shaun Hutson – E17streets4all.co.uk When small time criminals tangle with big time gangsters and territory hungry Yardies, the city streets run with blood in the best tradition of a master of urban suspense It begins with a murderous ch When small time criminals tangle with big time gangsters and territory hungry Yardies, the city streets run with blood in the best tradition of a master of urban suspense It begins with a murderous chase through the streets of Kingston, Jamaica When a local hard man escapes, the action moves to an unsuspecting Britain where Yardie drug dealers and criminals begin to die horribly Meanwhile a small time crook, Frank Newton, has gathered his posse to pull off the robbery that will finally give them financial independence unaware that half the haul belongs to a London gang boss who knows who they are In return for their lives they have to eliminate a merciless new Yardie chief, while they themselves are being shadowed by a tenacious police team With millions of pounds now at stake, the risks are escalating, violence is soaring and all is on course for a massive bloodbath.Exit Wounds

British horror novelist, including horror and urban thriller novelsHis novella Slugs was made into a movie, although Hutson didn t like the movie He also appeared in two horror movies himselfHutson is a Liverpool FC fan.

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  • Paperback
  • 528 pages
  • Exit Wounds
  • Shaun Hutson
  • English
  • 15 October 2017
  • 0330370049

10 thoughts on “Exit Wounds

  1. says:

    Reading this book is similar to smoking cigarettes The first few times you pick it up, it doesn t leave a good flavour in your mouth Quickly putting it down, only to pick it up again at a later date Each time reading a littlethan the previous time Before you know it your chain smoking, turning page after page to see what happens next It sure is a dirty habit Gritty and grimey with a hard taste It s not for those with a weak stomach.I thought I was done and had kicked the habit Year Reading this book is similar to smoking cigarettes The first few times you pick it up, it doesn t leave a good flavour in your mouth Quickly putting it down, only to pick it up again at a later date Each time reading a littlethan the previous time Before you know it your chain smoking, turning page after page to see what happens next It sure is a dirty habit Gritty and grimey with a hard taste It s not for those with a weak stomach.I thought I was done and had kicked the habit Years later I m still thinking about this book If street crime thrillers are your marlboro lights, then I would strongly suggest lighting up If you don t like it after the first 100 pages, crack a beer and keep reading, you will soon be hooked

  2. says:

    After 50 pages I was thoroughly bored chapter after chapter of introducing characters Frank Newton keeps popping up, but otherwise no plotline of any kind emerges Half of the other characters are violently killed Chapters average at 5 pages length supposedly to give a feel of fast paced suspense I realised that it was just the setting of something bigger to come It just wasn t very interesting After 70 pages all the small time crooks finally met up with Frank Newton, to discuss the com After 50 pages I was thoroughly bored chapter after chapter of introducing characters Frank Newton keeps popping up, but otherwise no plotline of any kind emerges Half of the other characters are violently killed Chapters average at 5 pages length supposedly to give a feel of fast paced suspense I realised that it was just the setting of something bigger to come It just wasn t very interesting After 70 pages all the small time crooks finally met up with Frank Newton, to discuss the coming job Aha, I thought, finally something is going to happen 50 pages after that still nothing much Nope, pointless violence, no plot, not for me

  3. says:

    Thrilling readI really enjoyed reading this book it was a gripping story about gangland and I felt sorry for some of the characters i was hooked

  4. says:

    Graphic violence Not for the faint of heart.

  5. says:

    Nothing special, a good Summer Holiday read Gritty and pulpy, like the heads of a lot of the characters who find themselves on the wrong end of shotguns.

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