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No Help for the Dying by Adrian Magson
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Mar 30, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: own
Read from July 23 to 27, 2012

Second outing for Riley & Palmer; the characters are expanded and molded into a credible crime investigating/fighting duo. Here the pair are faced with a familiar story of runaway children; dropping off the radar; becoming homeless and drifting into crime and drugs, who cares if they ever return home, live or die? Given a fresh twist with a religious group joining the search for missing kids but where does charity begin and end.
Magson proves his quality as a great storyteller able to combine thrills and action into page turning delights. It stands alone as a story but you can see there is more to come in the shifting relationships and dangerous occupations of investigative journalism.
I look forward to more in this improving series and trust the plots will be as gripping as this one.

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