What Doesn't Kill You #2020

What Doesn't Kill You By Ed James What Doesn t Kill You The body of a young City lawyer is discovered on an East London building site assaulted and brutally murdered Initial enquiries lead DI Simon Fenchurch to a driver employed by Travis a controversial
  • Title: What Doesn't Kill You
  • Author: Ed James
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  • What Doesn't Kill You By Ed James
    What Doesn't Kill You By Ed James The body of a young City lawyer is discovered on an East London building site, assaulted and brutally murdered Initial enquiries lead DI Simon Fenchurch to a driver employed by Travis, a controversial new app based cab company Within days another woman a Travis driver is found murdered.As the body count goes up, DI Fenchurch and his colleagues on the East London Major InThe body of a young City lawyer is discovered on an East London building site, assaulted and brutally murdered Initial enquiries lead DI Simon Fenchurch to a driver employed by Travis, a controversial new app based cab company Within days another woman a Travis driver is found murdered.As the body count goes up, DI Fenchurch and his colleagues on the East London Major Investigation Team delve into the crimes and unveil a murky conspiracy that some will do anything to keep hidden.When familiar faces begin to emerge from the shadows, Fenchurch realises this case is personal than he d thought Could he finally be on the brink of solving the mystery that has dogged him for over a decade who abducted his daughter, Chloe and where is she now
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    • This is the 3rd book in the DI Fenchurch series by Ed James and another solid read As previously said on here, 5 stars does not give you chance to fully identify how good a book is and to me 3 stars can be a good read.In this 3rd book a body of a young City lawyer is discovered on a London building site, assaulted and brutally murdered DI Simon Fenchurch suspicions are drawn to a driver employed by a new cab company called Travis Shortly after another woman who is herself a Travis driver is foun [...]


    • What Doesn t Kill You was an enjoyable crime thriller with an intriguing plot and some great development on a thread that runs through all the books in the series.When a young lawyer is found assaulted and murdered, DI Simon Fenchurch and his team are assigned to the case Shortly after the case leads them to a ride sharing company called Travis, a driver for Travis is found dead The Simon and his team look into this case, the it becomes clear a conspiracy is at the heart of things that someone [...]


    • I love this series With out giving away too much I am glad to see some conclusions lots of possibilities Please sir May we have another Looking forward to the next one.


    • DI Simon Fenchurch is called to the scene of an assaulted brutally murdered young lawyer While Fenchurch his team investigate the murder they are lead to Travis an app based cab company There is a lot of controversy surrounding Travis with the regular cabbies of London The body count keeps going up Fenchurch receive personal threats telling him to back off his investigation While Fenchurch questions people of interest regarding the case, he starts to see a familiar pattern immerge that closes re [...]


    • Finished reading April 12th 2017 Remind me why I do this job again Because when you stop hitting your head against the brick wall, there s a surge of relief A copy of this book was kindly provided to me by Netgalley and Thomas Mercer in exchange for an honest review Thank you view spoiler I read the first two books of this detective series last year and enjoyed them, so it was an easy decision to request a copy of the third book as well I was looking forward to another entertaining and intense r [...]


    • DI Simon Fenchurch and his partner DS Kay Hooper are on night shift and assigned to attend a debate about a new Uber type cab company London cabbies are not at all pleased and massed outside the debate site No wonder, as London cabbies have to undergo rigorous education and certification on the Knowledge encyclopedic knowledge of London and all its highways and byways So why should this upstart company with drivers who are not required to have licenses be allowed to operate The appearance of Lor [...]


    • This book really needs you to have read the previous 2 books I enjoyed it much less the plot is chaotic and not well developed as the eleven year search for their daughter intertwines with the two murders linked with an Uber style taxi firm


    • I would like to thank Netgalley and Thomas Mercer for an advance copy of What Doesn t Kill You, the third novel in the DI Simon Fenchurch.The novel opens with Fenchurch and his sidekick DS Kay Reed attending, in an advisory capacity, a debate about a new web based taxi service called Travis and saving one of the debaters, Lord Gilbert Ingham, from a knife attack They do not have time to hang about as they have to go and investigate a murder where a young professional woman has been stabbed and d [...]


    • D.I Simon Fennchurch returns in master story teller Ed James stunning suspense thriller, What Doesn t Kill You This third extraordinary Fennchurch tale is a non stop action packed, emotional and hard hitting story that twists turns without mercy As the story evolves it very difficult to imagine the situations Fennchurch ends up having to endure Working out of the London Met Fennchurch is investigating the murder of lawyer Victoria Brooklehurst She seems to have been murdered after getting a ride [...]


    • Very good bookI have really enjoyed this book, although at times I think the author used in my opinion one to many descriptive words Overall I enjoyed this book and the continuation of the story.


    • When I was sent an advanced copy of this book, my heart sank when I realised it was the third in a series I haven t read the previous two I put it aside, thinking I should read them first but I just never got around to it A few friend told me the books can stand alone as you get snippets or summaries, when required, of what s happened before in the previous books so, although preferable, it s not essential that you ve read the previous two So I read it and I m so glad I did.I have been looking f [...]


    • Roller coasterEd James, you are a cruel man but I don t mean that in a nasty way This tale of paedophilia and police corruption had twists and turns than a bent corkscrew and kept my interest and suspense factor right to the end The cruel part is what you put our hero through, giving Fenchurch his daughter back before cruelly taking her away from him again, all within a few heart breaking pages Man, you don t treat your heroes well The final resolution was an agonising wait to see if Chloe was [...]


    • Thanks to NetGalley and the author Ed James for the opportunity to read this book.I hadn t read the previous 2 books and I think that maybe I should have done as I may have got into the flow of this easier and earlier There s lots of dialogue, action, suspense and intrigue I had guessed quite early into the book who the main bad guys were, but that is because I am suspicious I felt disgusted at the storyline and it could have ended there but the author gave it an extra depth of a twist which was [...]


    • This follows almost directly from the first of the series It makes the second seem out of place You would want to read the first before this one The author s dramatisation of the Met is showing them to be a bunch of idiots Repeating identical mistakes that were improbable in the first place Heavy handed interviewing and detective work almost completely reliant on someone new turning over and informing It s a complex plot that has so many unexpected twists they become expected It reads easily but [...]


    • Wow, what a read I ve read the previous books in the Fenchurch series, love them, and this one certainly didn t disappoint Well written, fast paced story that tied up loose ends, I really couldn t put it down My heart was racing towards the end and with all the surprises plot twists I just couldn t stop reading Once again, hooked from the start and I ll look forward to any books about Fenchurch and co.


    • When I started reading these books, I thought it was a series rather than just three novels with a story arc, so I was starting to get irritated with the continuing back story and thinking it might spoil the series As it turns out, it worked as a three part story, with three sepearate but interconnected crimes all linking to the same investigation I got engrossed to unputdownable level again


    • 3 starsThis is Ed James third DI Simon Fenchurch and DS Kay Reed novel When the body of a young barrister is found it is discovered that he used a new cab company called Travis that is app based Soon another murder is committed This time it is a driver for the aforementioned company Travis As Fenchurch and his colleagues follow the clues, a conspiracy is discovered some people will do anything to keep their involvement hidden For my taste, this novel delves into DI Fenchurch and his problems too [...]


    • This is by far and away my favourite in the Fenchurch series so far, would even go so far as to say this is my favourite out of all Ed James s police procedural series he has three characters currently on the go The storyline is extremely upsetting and grisly, but I could not put this book down You become extremely invested in the characters and the underlying storyline that has been running throughout the three books I eagerly await the next in the series.


    • Brilliant storylineI have to admit this that and this is only my opinion was a tad slow in the beginning however as the story progressed fenchurches past came to the fore his daughter abducted years before and he has never given up hope of finding her but a string of murders and attempted murders have to be dealt with first plenty of twists having read the previous 2 books had to read this not disappointed


    • Great readI have read the other 2 DI Fenchurch books They are all great reads bit this is best of the three Very dark subject matter but story moves at a pace to keep you turning the pages Dont read these out of order as there is a common theme running through which you wont pick up on by skipping the others.


    • Wow This was intense This series has really drawn me in This book s subject matter is very painful at times Hard on Simon and Abby, too Simon s tendency to jump in without proper backup sometimes makes me crazy I also think he needs to be there for Abby This book made it tough to know who can be trusted It was truly intense I cannot wait for the next book in a year


    • Just a good read Fast moving storyline and twists than a corkscrewIt is a real page turned with theme running through the whole series, good police procedural storyline and action packed


    • Still wish it was a Cullen BUT is 100% worth time and money to read.The fact is that there was something new and surprising well as some heartbreaking twists which make this a better novel than the prior 2 Fenchurch novels.Well worth seeing through to the end.


    • This is the 3rd book in the series This is an excellent British detective story The detective DI Fenchurch is dealing with the challenges of solving a mystery that is both professional and personal to him I look forward to the next book in the series.


    • This is a book I got an advanced copy of and I truly enjoyed it I didn t read the two before it but it can be read alone I enjoy edge of your seat action adventure and thrills in suspense writing and this author can deliver all of that and I look forward to from this author.


    • Another fantastic bookI chose five stars as this was the third in DI Fenchurch s life It s gripping and hard to put down I ve waited so long for him to find what he s been searching so long for There has to be a fourth, and I cannot wait


    • This book was Very slow to get started, the characters spent too much time either eating or describing bodily functionsd I nearly gave up a few times, but glad I stuck with it as 1 2 way through it picked up Lost it from Kindle so now rescind it on so I can t really comment any.


    • A good readVery good plot involved a lot of options as to the perpetrators Main character extremely believable and his actions understandable.



    • Excellent.Fantastic continuation of the fenchurch story Great story telling from ed james and i can t wait to read some .


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