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Murder on Display

1.86  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Published by CUSTOM BOOK PUBLICATIONS As soon as the Flynn brothers lifted their Glocks, Dan was in trouble. Silence descended like a cloak of doom. No confusion crossed his mind... it was clear he would die in the next few seconds. In all his years of facing danger, he often wondered how he would react when faced with imminent death. He was about to find out. He hurled th ...more
Paperback, 182 pages
Published November 26th 2012 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Mar 08, 2013 rated it did not like it
If there's one thing I'm a huge fan of it's dialogue that's realistic. Crisp, authentic and realistic. That and plots and the behaviour of characters that are consistent.

MURDER ON DISPLAY is obviously based sort of loosely (very loosely in some parts) around true events in the not-too-distant past in Adelaide. A number of different elements from a number of different true life cases appear to have sort of been melded together to create the story of an Adelaide cop, DS Dan Brennan.

Dorothy Singh
Apr 21, 2016 rated it did not like it
Oh, I was so disappointed wit this novel. One dimensional characters, thin plot, and dialogue that reminded me of my grandfather.
Then I saw the issue! This is a self-publisher book. Clearly, it did not undergo any editorial review, otherwise it would have been rejected, and that would have saved me my money.

Stephen Lord
Jul 01, 2013 rated it really liked it
In his first novel to feature Detective Dan Brennan, Adelaide's own Reece Pocock draws inspiration from true crimes in the city's recent past and weaves them into a complex patchwork. His set pieces are vivid and frequent, recalling those of David Fincher's film se7en and and the BBC television adaptation of Boris Starling's Messiah, and the rapid fire pace of his story leaves little time to draw breath. Short chapters compel you to turn the pages and, while the book is best read quickly, it wil ...more
Jess Page
Aug 20, 2016 rated it did not like it
Short stuttering chapters.
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Reece Pocock lives in Adelaide, South Australia, with his wife Marilyn, and after a short Army calling, he enjoyed a business career in sales and management. He had a major role in introducing the Bobcat Skid steer loader to the South Australian market.
However, as an avid reader, Reece's passion was to become a writer. He used this knowledge to launch his career with Marilyn's encouragement. He s
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