Stolen Souls

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Harvill Secker, 2012 - Belfast (Northern Ireland) - 314 pages
19 Reviews

It is snowing, she's barefoot, but Galya runs. Her captors are close behind her, and she won't go back there, no matter what. Tricked into coming to Belfast with the offer of a good job, all she wants now is to get back home. Her only hope is a man who gave her a cross and a phone number, telling her to call if she escaped. She puts herself at his mercy, knowing she has nowhere else to turn.

Detective Inspector Jack Lennon wants a quiet Christmas with his daughter. When an apparent turf war between rival gangs leaves a string of bodies across the city, he knows he won't get it. As Lennon digs deeper he discovers the truth is far more threatening. Soon he is locked in a deadly race with two very different killers.

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Review: Stolen Souls (Jack Lennon #3)

User Review  - Sandy - Goodreads

Only gave this novel 3 stars because of the following: The plot was somewhat old having been told and re-told by countless authors before. It's really old hat to have an Eastern European woman 'sold ... Read full review

Review: Stolen Souls (Jack Lennon #3)

User Review  - Paul - Goodreads

Again not as good as the first book in the series The Ghosts Of Belfast, but still quite an adrenaline ride, as was the second book Collusion. The whole book takes place in the span of a few days ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Stuart Neville's first novel, The Twelve, was one of the most critically acclaimed crime debuts of recent years, winning the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for best thriller. Collusion, Stolen Souls, Ratlines (shortlisted for the CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger) and The Final Silence have garnered widespread praise, confirming his position as one of the most exciting crime authors writing today.

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