Heavy Duty Trouble

Heavy Duty Trouble Having got too far into the dangerous world of The Brethren MC for comfort Iain was now out again but out in bad standing He has been in hiding in Ireland when he discovers that not only do Wibble a

Having got too far into the dangerous world of The Brethren MC for comfort, Iain was now out again, but out in bad standing He has been in hiding in Ireland when he discovers that not only do Wibble and Charlie both know where he lives, but that he s now wanted by both sides as a potentially bloody biker conflict heads towards its final showdown and worse, a trial in fronHaving got too far into the dangerous world of The Brethren MC for comfort, Iain was now out again, but out in bad standing He has been in hiding in Ireland when he discovers that not only do Wibble and Charlie both know where he lives, but that he s now wanted by both sides as a potentially bloody biker conflict heads towards its final showdown and worse, a trial in front of the media But as the case unfolds in Court, the questions become and urgent Is everything what it seems, and who, if anyone, knows or is telling the truth The final explosive instalment of The Brethren Trilogy.

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Heavy Duty Trouble

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  1. A brilliant finale to a brilliant trilogy.Iain Parke is a fantastic talent His story telling is clever and draws you in.Attention to detail is just one of this author s talents You not only get a great story but a little education too.When we left off in Heavy Duty Attitude, Iain had gone into hiding after having a right ordeal at the hands of Wibble and The Brethren We rejoin Iain safely hidden away in Ireland with a new girlfriend He should be safe here as the Irish MC s have no affiliation to [...]


  2. Having got too far in to the dangerous world of The Brethren MC for comfort, Iain was now out again, but out in bad standing.He has been in hiding in Ireland when he discovers that not only do Wibble and Charlie both know where he lives, but that he s now wanted by both sides as a potentially bloody biker conflict heads towards its final showdown and worse, a trial in front of the media.But as the case unfolds in Court, the questions become and urgent.Is everything what it seems, and who, if a [...]


  3. Enjoyed the other two books in the trilogy, but not this one, it disappeared up a blind alley Reading it on kindle it looked like there were a few chapters to go when it abruptly ended Turns out there was a wadge of another of the authors books tacked on the end if you re really going to start reading a random book from another genre just because its there


  4. Interesting mix of fact and fiction.In line with Raymond Chandler s view of crime fiction leaves it to the reader to decide what really happened Cheeky reference to crime correspondent Eamon Reynolds and the first I have seen the mane Eamur as opposed to Emer or Eimar.Anyway a good read that ties in well with the first two parts of the trilogy.





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