Midnight on a moonlit beach. Six cops execute four thugs after a heinous crime. They are unaware that there is a witness to the executions. Thrilling action explores tactical, ethical, and criminal choices made by officers of the law. A stark image of moral ambiguity underpins their struggle to maintain courageous and precarious control of all-engulfing crime. Plain-dealing cops face scrutiny in an emotional journey through choices made in the day-to-day confrontation with evil.
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Hard to say. I loved the book so much and now hearing this I love it even more.
The opening scene is so brilliant you think it can't get better. But oh boy the second-last chapter is too amazing! And then there's a fantastic final chapter to cap it all. But the second-last chapter is to die for (ha! ha!)
The accents, the lovely clear speech: all so real and true to life
The final scene of the second-last chapter. The big guy in the bed. So amazing.
My former Vice-Chancellor gave this book a five-star review so I bought it. She was so, so right. It was five stars all the way. Then I decided to listen to the audio-book of the same thing. Now I'll go get the whole series.
Justice, morality, revenge
The last fifteen minutes at the end of the penultimate chapter is terrifying and cliff-hanging.
Tenjiwe is magnificent. What a woman. What a cop. What a marks(wo)man!
Both, in abundance.
Nice whimsical ending, wrapping up a beautiful thriller.