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She escapes at a terrible cost - the slaying of one of her captors - and takes refuge with a man who offers his help. As the traffickers she fled scour the city for her, seeking revenge for their fallen comrade, Galya faces an even greater danger: her savior is not what he seems. She is not the first trafficked girl to have crossed his threshold, and she must fight to avoid their fate.
Detective Inspector Jack Lennon wants a quiet Christmas with his daughter, but when an apparent turf war between rival gangs leaves bodies across the city, he knows he won't get it. As he digs deeper into the case, he realizes an escaped prostitute is the cause of the violence, and soon he is locked in a deadly race with two very different killers.
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By Deborah on 10-26-11
Strong Third Chapter
This book had me from the first page. I first heard Doyle read Adrian McKinty's trilogy and he does another fine job with Neville's words. The story is very intense and the main villain is totally creepy. I slept with the bathroom light on for a few nights. The ending is killer and there are seeds planted for book four. Lennon is getting to be a favorite series for me.
This book is just as strong as The Ghosts of Belfast and stronger than Collusion. Unfortunately it isn't a long read and ended before I was ready to say goodbye.
Read all three and you'll enjoy every minute.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
By Daniel McAfee on 12-20-11
Another Good Book from Stuart Neville
If you could sum up Stolen Souls in three words, what would they be?
Another Good Book
What did you like best about this story?
The story itself... it's well written, exciting and keeps your mind dancing!
What does Gerard Doyle bring to the story that you wouldn???t experience if you just read the book?
He is already one of my favorite readers/narrators and does nothing but reconfirm me as a fan. His Irish accent is perfect for these stories.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Sure, if I could....
Any additional comments?
Like many other reviews, I also listened to The Ghosts of Belfast by Stuart Neville and enjoyed this one as much if not more. I will look for the third book in the series as well. I also recommend Adrian McKinty who is a great writer who writes in the same genre. Highly recommended all the way around!
7 of 7 people found this review helpful