Monday, August 9, 2010

My review of CAPTURED on EuroCrime

Further to my post of last week about the excellent crime fiction website EuroCrime, and how the hundreds of reviews there can now also be searched and listed by reviewer, today my review of the latest thriller from Wellington-based crime writer Neil Cross (who was born, raised, and had his early career in the UK), CAPTURED, was published by EuroCrime.

CAPTURED features Kenny, a terminally ill young man who wants to find his childhood friend Callie Barton and thank her for her past kindness, before he dies. But when Kenny begins his search, he discovers that Callie has gone missing. Although cleared of any involvement, her husband Jonathan seems to be hiding something. Kenny has no choice but to take matters into his own hands. And knowing that time is running out on him, he's prepared to do whatever it takes...

"Cross hooks the reader early and has you completely engrossed," I says in the review. "Once you start, you'll struggle to put it down (and want to immediately get back to it if you do)."

CAPTURED is now available in paperback in the UK (see new cover above right), and you can read my full review of the book here.

You can see my full list of previous reviews for the excellent EuroCrime website, here.

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