Hackney Central by Michael K. Foster #BookReview #BlogTour #Remobooks #BOTBSPublicity #5*

 

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Walk these streets at your peril!

When newly appointed Detective Sergeant Jack Mason steps through the doors of Hackney Central Police Station, he is tasked with his biggest nightmare. A pensioner lies dead, his flat has been ransacked, and no one is willing to talk.

But why pick on a vulnerable old man?

No stranger to London’s East End, Mason is under no illusion that the chance of finding the killer is slim. Gripped by notorious drug gangs, knife crime runs rife, and nowhere appears safe.

With time rapidly running out, it soon becomes clear that he’s dealing with a version of justice terrifyingly different to his own. . .

You’ll be hooked from the start by this gripping crime thriller. There’s tension, suspense, and a plot full of twists and turns. Why not find out more about Jack Mason’s early career, and order your copy today.

 

DCI Jack Mason series

Book 1 – The Wharf Butcher 
Book 2 – Satan’s Beckoning 
Book 3 – The Suitcase Man
Book 4 – Chameleon 
Book 5 – Hackney Central 

 

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Crisply-Written, Cracking Read!      stars 5

 

Another grand crime thriller from Michael K Foster – no hidden tricks, just good old-fashioned police work!

DS Jack Mason has a  real conundrum on his hands this time round; an elderly gentleman bludgeoned in his own flat and the place ransacked. Whilst the nature of the crime revolts him, it also makes him more determined to track down the culprit and get him behind bars. But crime is rampant on the estate, so what are the chances?

I love this author’s style of writing; he pulls me into the story from the very first and keeps me there to the very last. Mason doesn’t work alone, but he is sharp and observant as well as determined. With his personal life touched upon, he comes across as very human and it all adds up to a gripping read! This isn’t the first I’ve read from this series and I fully intend to catch up with the earlier ones at some point. Crisply written, easily flowing and, just as important, it all makes sense! No stone is left unturned, no issue overlooked. A cracking read, well worth all five sparkling stars!

My thanks to the publisher for my copy and to Sarah Hardy of BOTBS for my spot in this tour; this is – as always – my honest, original and unbiased review.

 

Tags: crime thriller, police procedural
  • Format: ebook
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  • Publisher: Remobooks
  • Publication Date: 23 April 2020
  • Links: Goodreads
  •              amazon

 

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Author Bio

 

Michael K. Foster

 

Michael K Foster has been writing crime thriller novels since 2006, all of them based in and around the North East of England. His bestselling debut novel, ‘The Wharf Butcher’, was released in 2015 and offers a unique insight into this rugged landscape. He has now written six full-length novels featuring the hard-hitting DCI Jack Mason and local criminal profiler David Carlisle. His latest book in the series, ‘Hackney Central, is scheduled for release on 23rd April 2020.

Michael was born in Plymouth, England. After ten years’ service in the British Army, he moved to Newcastle where he gained an MBA degree from Sunderland University. A former Magistrate, he now writes full time and lives with his wife Pauline in County Durham.

 

Social Media

Website: www.michaelkfoster.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/MichaelKFoster1

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010775401631

Goodreads Author Page: https://www.goodreads.com/author/dashboard

 

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