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The Follow

3.75 of 5 stars 3.75  ·  rating details  ·  20 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Beneath Brighton’s glamorous beach, nightlife and tourist attractions, lies a dark underbelly and a secret the Tourist Board is reluctant to share – the city is also the injecting drug death capital of England, with more than 3000 registered heroin addicts and of course the massive black market that feeds them.
For young, ambitious Constable Gareth Bell, of Brighton’s drug
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Paul Grzegorzek was recommended to me and this book did not disappoint! There are lots of twists and turns in this story and it keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end. I highly recommend The Follow and will be reading more books from the same author!
Everything I love in a book, great story and believable characters and not a rushed ending like a lot of books you read, enjoyed reading it, I'd actually read it again.
I'm not sure where I found this but I had it as a sample on my kindle and having realised it was set in a reasonably accurate Brighton I decided to give it a go. It was a reasonable crime story, but I can't work out whether the detailed setting (I.e. street names, incorrectly named areas (it's not the South Lanes, it's the lanes)) helped or hindered. It wasn't an elegant crime book or one that really felt like it twisted enough to be clever. It was, however, easy to read
Alex Hayler
Exciting police thriller from a great new author, will be picking more of his novels up as he writes them. Solid, twisting plot, some good character development, punchy (pardon the pun) action scenes and a satisfying conclusion mean that this book is one of my favourites of 2012. Definately recommend giving it read, but expect difficulty putting it down.
Yvette Smart
I really enjoy this guys books! Very realistic and gritty.. A great pace that keeps those pages turning :)
I Love Reading
Really enjoyed this. Defo worth a read..
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Paul is 36 years old and despite the surname hails from Sussex where he has lived all his life, having gone to school in the beautiful countryside town of Midhurst. He was born in Shoreham-by-Sea, within spitting distance of Brighton, a city he's called home since the mid 90's.

Over the last twelve years, Paul has worked as a soldier (part time only), a bouncer, a security officer and a police offi
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