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A Sudden Vengeance Waits

4.6 of 5 stars 4.60  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  4 reviews
What conditions create a vigilante? Is it a personal tragedy, the loss of a loved one, or the frustration over the inadequacies of current law enforcement?
In the broken Britain of today, the Knight family attends the funeral of Gran, killed by a burglar. But the Knights aren’t the only victims of unpunished criminals. There are plenty of others hurt and grieving in the En
Paperback, 223 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2010)
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Carl Brush
When crime is rampant and justice is soft, someone is liable to fill the vacuum. It’s happened many times in history. It happened in The Long Shooters, which I reviewed recently. And it happens again in Nik Morton’s suspenseful A Sudden Vengeance Waits.
Sudden Vengeance is an exciting novel with a statement or two to make. The uncaring criminal marauding sans remorse is only part of the picture. Victims and perpetrators alike are created by economic hardship of the kind brought upon us by this l
A good little vigilante yarn. I'd call it a British version of "The Boondock Saints" only with no gunplay. About the only thing I'd complain about is too many names. The main characters, cops, bad guys, victims...I had trouble keeping it all straight.
K.B. Walker
Hmmm ~ I didn't want to like this book because a vigilante is the "hero" and it felt like crossing an abyss on a piece of string, in a gale. But there was something deeply satisfying, in a sneaky chocolate eating way, about all those bad guys being punished. A quick, naughty read.
Charlie Kenmore
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Dec 22, 2012 Nik Morton rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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His upcoming books are Wings of the Overlord (Knox Robinson), with Gordon Faulkner, The Magnificent Mendozas (Hale).

Nik Morton is the author of the crime thriller Pain Wears No Mask and two psychic spy Cold War thrillers The Prague Manuscript and The Tehran Transmission, a collection of 21 crime short stories, Spanish Eye, a modern vigilante crime thriller, A Sudden Vengeance Waits, and a vampire
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