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  • Title: Worth Killing For
  • Author: Ed James
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  • Page: 125
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  • On a busy London street, a young woman is attacked in broad daylight and left bleeding to death on the pavement Among the eyewitnesses are DI Simon Fenchurch and his wife.Fenchurch pursues the attacker through a warren of backstreets and eventually arrests a young hoodie with a cache of stolen phones an Apple picker on the make The case should be closed but something fOn a busy London street, a young woman is attacked in broad daylight and left bleeding to death on the pavement Among the eyewitnesses are DI Simon Fenchurch and his wife.Fenchurch pursues the attacker through a warren of backstreets and eventually arrests a young hoodie with a cache of stolen phones an Apple picker on the make The case should be closed but something feels off Was this really just about a smartphone Why did the victim look nervous before she was targeted And why don t the prints on the murder weapon match the young man in custody Before Fenchurch can probe further, his superiors remove him from the case, convinced he has let the real culprit run free But Fenchurch is determined to get to the truth and, before long, uncovers a conspiracy that reaches high above the street gangs of London.
    Worth Killing For On a busy London street a young woman is attacked in broad daylight and left bleeding to death on the pavement Among the eyewitnesses are DI Simon Fenchurch and his wife Fenchurch pursues the attacke

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    1. DI Simon Fenchurch has much on his plate besides his favorite Burritos He s starting to feel old and is struggling to come to grips with numerous aches and pains which have been surfacing while doing his job keeping London Streets safe While sitting down to enjoy his much loved artery clogging meal with his wife Abi, he spots a young girl running at the other side of the street looking scared, tapping away on her mobile phone Before he could take a bite he sees someone dressed in a hoodie on a b [...]

    2. It seems to be a general thing nowadays that our DI s have major personal issues to deal with as well as a punishing workload, and London based DI Simon Fenchurch is no exception Simon s daughter Chloe went missing some 10 years ago, and naturally it colours the way he views the world and the people in it.On a rare night out, Fenchurch and his wife Abi are about to enjoy a meal at a pavement cafe Abi decides to nip to the bookshop next door while he grabs a table As he watches passers by, he bec [...]

    3. I have been lucky enough to read both books in the DI Fenchurch series by Ed James I still have the pleasure of his Scott Cullen series ahead of me There are some excellent writers emerging from Scotland currently and Ed James is right there amongst them Worth Killing For was inspired by an incident in London, when the author, out for a night on the town, had his i phone nicked by a kid on a bike He wrote the first draft in just six days, fuelled by hatred and anger and fear All of which have tr [...]

    4. This is the second book featuring DI Simon Fenchurch and I enjoyed it a lot than The Hope that Kills, the first in this police procedural series To get the full history of the characters and appreciate their development, I would nevertheless suggest starting with the first book.There were still the drums in Fenchurch s ears and his burrito obsession two things which I found repetitive in book 1, but fortunately, Fenchurch shows development as well He is back together with his wife Abi, is drink [...]

    5. WORTH KILLING FOR DI Fenchurch 2 is the second book in a new series, an outstanding British police procedural crime thriller from author Ed James Again I have to say it was as good as the first one I will be watching for books to come out in this series I have another new author to follow.First I would recommend that you read book 1 before you continue to book 2 Now in book 2, DI Simon Fenchurch has re married his ex wife Abi and still continues to work the streets as a detective His obsession [...]

    6. This is the 2nd book in the DI Simon Fenchurch series by author Ed James and can be read as a stand alone A fast paced story that I would recommend to all readers who enjoy British police novels.The action starts immediately when DI Simon Fenchurch witnesses a fatal stabbing of a young woman on the street in London and chases down the suspect, a young boy on a bicycle Having successfully caught the suspect DI Fenchurch is forced to set him free when identification is put in doubt It becomes appa [...]

    7. A young woman is stabbed and bleeds to death on a busy London street Among some of the eyewitnesses is DI Simon Fenchurch and his wife He chases after the attacker through the backstreets and arrests the young hoodie who also has a lot of mobile phones in his possession The case should be closed but something does not feel right There are still a lot of questions around this case DI Fenchurch is determined to get to the bottom of it.This is fast paced from the beginning You will have to stay foc [...]

    8. This is definitely not a stand alone book I had not read the first one and I was certainly at a disadvantage I felt like I was always trying to catch up and never quite could I think I missed a lot and the author really didn t make an effort to give any kind of summary that would help out If you haven t read the first one, don t start here The author also used a lot of terms and abbreviations that were not explained I had no idea of what an Airwave was a police communication device , MEP member [...]

    9. After meeting, DI Simon Fenchurch in book 1 The Hope That Kills, I was eager to return to the streets of London for his next case.One of the highlights of this book for me was the action started right away, within the first chapter, a women is bleeding to death on the pavement this grabbed my attention, I was immediately pulled into the story One of the things I loved about book 1 was how raw and hard hitting the case was, this one was no different I won t go into any detail about the case as th [...]

    10. 3.5 Stars Worth Killing For was an enjoyable police procedural that builds well on the first book in the series, The Hope That Kills.DI Simon Fenchurch witnesses a young woman get attacked in the middle of the day on a busy London street He pursues the attacker and eventually catches a young man with several stolen phones Despite what should be an open and shut case, things don t add up and soon it s discovers that the prints on the murder weapon don t match the suspect Simon caught Fenchurch is [...]

    11. This is my first book by Ed James The characters voices make this novel worth reading DI Simon Frenchurch see a young boy stab a young girl with his own eyes The girl died not long after she was stabbed After stabbing the young girl he cycled away, but DI Frenchurch chased him and caught him Why does this young boy have seven smartphones on him when he was arrested The boy claims that he has had evidence planted on him and it s racists and the phone is not his Have they the right young man in cu [...]

    12. DI Simon Fenchurch is back witnesses the murder of a young woman right in front of himself his wife Abi while out for dinner Simon has Abi stay with the girl while she dies he chases the murderer fleeing on a bike After a crazy chase Simon finally grabs the kid he believes killed the girl The young black man, Qasid, makes all kinds of noise about how it wasn t him who killed the girl the Fenchurch is some kind of racist not being able to tell blacks apart Simon is convinced he has his guy becaus [...]

    13. D.I Simon Fenchurch and his wife, Abigail, are out for dinner when Simon notices a young woman approaching, clutching her cell phone His policeman s instincts tell him, from her body language, that she is being followed She begins to run toward him when a figure on a bicycle appears, snatches her purse and cell and plunges a knife into her neck The young woman is left, dying in a pool of blood Her last word is the name, Kamal Simon sets off in pursuit of the bicyclist He apprehends him but is un [...]

    14. Finished reading October 24th 2016 He s like napalm, Kay Give him something to work on and watch it explode 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 book of this series The Hope That Kills not that long ago and enjoyed it, so it was quite an easy decision wanting to read the sequel as well And I can say I ended up enjoying Worth Killing For even better than the first book Sure, the main c [...]

    15. See this and other reviews at Mystereity ReviewsA gritty, hard boiled story about gangs, crime and murder on the streets of London, Worth Killing For isn t your ordinary police procedural, it s a look at the seedy side of city life that lives and breathes every day, but most of us don t notice until it impacts our own lives DI Simon Fenchurch witnesses a fatal stabbing of a young woman on the street in London and chases down the suspect, a young boy on a bicycle After apprehending him, a number [...]

    16. 3.5 starsSet in East London, Worth Killing For by Ed James is the second DI Fenchurch novel It s a bang up to date police procedural full of action, street talk and social and political commentary I haven t read the first book in the series, but that doesn t matter as this book reads well as a standalone It starts off at full tilt as Fenchurch witnesses a murder as a woman is attacked by a young hoodie on a bike, who snatches her mobile and handbag He sets off in pursuit and after losing sight o [...]

    17. Thank you to author Ed James for this Kindle copy of Worth Killing For Also, thank you to for hosting this opportunity through the First Reads program.I thought Worth Killing for was a well written detective mystery story, centered around a true to life experience by the author That is, having his own phone nick ed from his hand on the streets of London.I know the marketing sales gurus spend mega bucks to tell people what to do in this case you, that you need to always have your phone with you M [...]

    18. This is the 2nd book in the DI Simon Fenchurch series Having recently read and reviewed The Hope that Kills , the first book in this series I was keen to read this book.This book will certainly stand out on its own merits, but if you can I d recommend reading the books in order, as the previous book has a lot of background about DI Fenchurch s life which has a bearing on this story.Is this a story about Apple pickers Is this a story about London gangs Whilst some of Fenchurch s actions push the [...]

    19. On a busy London street, a young woman is attacked in broad daylight and left bleeding to death on the pavement Among the eyewitnesses are DI Simon Fenchurch and his wife Fenchurch pursues the attacker through a warren of backstreets and eventually arrests a young hoodie with a cache of stolen phones an Apple picker on the make The case should be closed but something feels off Was this really just about a smartphone Why did the victim look nervous before she was targeted And why don t the prints [...]

    20. This is the second book I have read following a case being solved by Fenchurch and his team I like the relationship between Fenchurch, Nelson and Reed This story weaved in and out with a lot of characters to follow I enjoyed this book and look forward to another installment which I hope there will be as we are always left wondering what happened to Chloe and is she alive Thank you for the advanced copy

    21. If your into crime thrillers a good read Ed James who in my mind is a good writer, writes about the dim going ons and corruption of London Yes it s fiction but, is there some truth in it Th we re other DI Fenchurch novels also worth reading.

    22. Another good police procedural Fenchurch is in the wrong place a few times in this book At least his personal life seems to be working out His obsession about finding their daughter seems to have been managed and thenuff happens to bring it back to him The story kept me quite interested and up way too late at night The narration is first rate I m ready to download book 3 now Good work

    23. D.I Simon Fenchurch is back and he s on a personal mission in author Ed James, Worth Killing for The second Fenchurch novel of this series and is every bit as good if not better than first book An intense and gritty protagonist, Fenchurch, still clearly damaged from his daughter Chloe gone missing some ten years before This yarn unfolds with Simon and his wife Abi returning home late one evening, see a young girl down the street attacked Simon races to the corner where newspaper reporter Saskia [...]

    24. Great storyAnother great Fenchurch novel The troubled detective appears to be going absolutely nowhere for most of the book but but instincts are proved correct Love the fact it is all based in the area I work so I can picture all the locations

    25. This is the second book in the DI Frenchurch series I enjoyed this as much as the first one I like how the book opened up with the story line away and the action continued on to solve the mystery.

    26. Was it really worth killing for A really interesting but somewhat intricate plot, with a great many characters that did cause a bit of confusion Different police stations and other police departments are involved, as well as a dodgy Russian property developer, street kids who rob people of their mobile phones and commit murders and who live in a disused underground station, newspaper reporters and a whole lot Fenchurch still hears loud drumming in his head, and still scoffs burritos even for br [...]

    27. A pretty good British police procedural book it is the 2nd in a series references are made to the 1st, it s ending sets up to look forward to a 3rd to come I liked the realistic descriptions of the police unit the locale, the references to today s political climate events all reads quite time appropriate I had to adjust to the use of the British slang, but that wasn t an issue at all I think the author has done a fine job with this book I also think the title is appropriate the book s cover is g [...]

    28. I found this book hard work, I was thinking that the author had decided he didn t like his main character and was trying to make us dislike him too After reading the afterword it seems the author was just angry Well it comes across and makes for unpleasant reading what with all the drums drumming, bile rising and acid reflux bubbling away The London portrayed isn t the London I live in It was all just too gritty and bitter and angry It s a shame because I really enjoyed the first book in the ser [...]

    29. Admittedly, I am a massive fan of Ed James, been following his books for some years now Fenchurch is one of three characters that he is writing about This book was full of mis direction and intrigue You are kind of led to believe that you know who did the deed but they why is always just out of grasp, until the frantic last few chapters where the story really picked up pace Looking forward to reading the next in the series.

    30. This is better than the first book in this series There is good local knowledge of London here and I like the departure into some lost underground areas The gang themes were strong and convincing, the plot beyond this was less so Fenchurch s daughter is becoming a distraction that doesn t add value to this novel Maybe that will change as the series develops.Much easier to read Need to be careful with the relationship with Mulholland It feels misogynistic at times and is feeling somewhat dated I [...]

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