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Hell to Pay by Simon R. Green
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Jul 14, 11

Read from July 02 to 13, 2011

Hell to Pay, the seventh Nightside novel in Simon Green’s amazing series, was an excellent read! The story harkened back to John Taylor’s roots, being a private investigator in the mysterious, and always irreverent, hidden world near London called the Nightside. It was refreshing to see John back in his primary role as the infamous “man who can find anything or anyone” following the near-apocalyptic events of recent installments in the series. This time, John must locate the missing heiress to Jeremiah Griffin, one of the wealthiest and powerful men in the Nightside who is known simply as the “Griffin.”
The story was tightly written and well-constructed, including the prerequisite sprinkling of dark humor throughout. Through the machinations of John’s investigations, eclectic characters, both foreign and familiar, weave themselves in and out of the tapestry of the storyline. In the end, Green has woven together a seamless mystery with a admirably-constructed surprise ending that neatly winds up all the loose ends. Well done, Simon Green! I highly recommend this novel to fans of the series, and can’t wait to read the next novel!
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Jaz Primo Starting to read Hell to Pay on my Kindle tonight!


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