Without Warning

  • Title: Without Warning
  • Author: Carol Smith
  • ISBN: 9780751537994
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Without Warning Rush hour on the underground and a killer is at large in London striking apparently haphazardly in a series of vicious attacks Andy Brewster ex SAS on sick leave from active service in Iraq works
    Rush hour on the underground and a killer is at large in London, striking apparently haphazardly in a series of vicious attacks Andy Brewster, ex SAS, on sick leave from active service in Iraq, works undercover for the Metropolitan police with his bomb expert partner, Burgess Together they must find the killer before he strikes again So far the victims have all been womRush hour on the underground and a killer is at large in London, striking apparently haphazardly in a series of vicious attacks Andy Brewster, ex SAS, on sick leave from active service in Iraq, works undercover for the Metropolitan police with his bomb expert partner, Burgess Together they must find the killer before he strikes again So far the victims have all been women with no apparent connection Beth Hardy, former caterer who now runs a gourmet food shop her daughter Imogen, dancing at the National sad Celeste with her terrible secret widowed Margaret, in town to shop and American tourist, Ellie, stranded there alone Each of them regularly travels by tube not knowing they could be potential victims When the July 7 bombs go off and public awareness is raised, Brewster and Burgess have a race against time to apprehend the stalker But danger comes not just from knives and bombs Murder is deadlier when the heart is involved

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    1. I enjoyed this book, but feel there are several flaws which hold it back from meeting its true five-star potential.Basically the novel is set around the summer of 2005 and a Circle Line Killer on the London Underground who stabs random women to death, before pushing them under oncoming underground trains. Firstly that whole premise is flawed due to the amazing amount of CCTV which happens to be around London. Its unbelieveable that none of the cameras trained around Tube stations in London would [...]

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    2. This book was very good, I wouldn't say it was an all time favourite but the people's lives really interlinked and I love it when a story line does that. Other than that the book was gripping towards the end, and held a good plot.

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    3. Perhaps it is only getting used to the author's style but I enjoyed this one better than the one previously. In this book, someone was targeting the client's restaurants and him! The particular bodyguard featured was Katie.

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    4. I liked this book and thought it could have earned a 4-star review if a few things had been done better. Personally, I struggled to keep track of the characters and especially in the first half of the novel it seemed to jump all over the place earning it only a 2-star review. I liked the premise of focussing the novel on several lives of female characters living in London and travelling on the Tube but there was not enough insight into who each character was and there was too much jumping back a [...]

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    5. I found it really hard to get into this book, as the author was jumping all over the place, from one character to the next and back again, making it difficult to keep up with them all, and in turn, difficult to get to know them.The rush hour on the City Circle line of the Underground in London was the killer’s playgroundhe would strike, seemingly at random, the victims young women, many of them using their mobile phones at the time. The first victim seemed to stumble in the rushing crowd, the [...]

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    6. Without Warning, by Carol Smith. B-plus. Narrated by Gordon Griffin, produced by Clipper Audio, downloaded from audible.This is London in about 2005. Two terrifying things are going on at the same time. Someone seems to be stalking and killing women. And not just killing them, but cutting them up with a very sharp knife, strangling them, and raping them. Several young women, who don’t heed the warning not to go out alone late at night, turn up dead while Andy Brewster, a policeman, is doing ev [...]

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    7. It took me few starts to get into the book. In fact I finished it within a few days, after struggling with the first 60 pages for more than a year. The story starts quite tangled with lots of characters introduced to you all of a sadden that sometimes it was hard to keep in mind who is who. However as the story starts evolving with the characters appearing more frequently, things fell into their places and you see where the author leads the story. At some point it keeps you strained till the end [...]

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    8. I didn't really enjoy this book very much. There were so many character's that it simply didn't gel. The individual storylines were interesting but I found many of the characters hard to care about.There were also gaping holes in the plotlines. Police seeming to appear at just the right moment without any indication as to why they happened to be there. It made this story rather unbelievable and unrealistic.

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    9. I ended up skimming through this one, just too much killing and not much story for my liking. I also struggled to keep track of the characters as there was not much depth into explaining who was who and it jumped all over the place.

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    10. I enjoyed the first half of this book more than the second. It was set in a part of London I used to know really well, which was good. There were too many characters to keep track of and the writing was a bit trashy. So many people died it was like an episode of Midsomer Murders!

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    11. I enjoyed all the different plot lines. A quick easy read dealing with terrorism and murder in London.

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    12. For an aeroplane read, this was perfect. How it was going to end got more and more predictable.

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    13. Even though I rated this book very high I must say I didn't like the ending. It was a bit disappointing that there were characters that were just there for nothing really. But I enjoyed it anyway.

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    14. Average read. Will read what I have on my tbr but if they aren't any better than this one won't be getting any more of hers.

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    15. I usually enjoy Carol Smith's books, but this one has so many and frequent point-of-view shifts, it felt like I was in a group of people who were all trying to talk at once. Maybe later.

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    16. She normally writes an excellent book but this one just never got going,

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