Tray McCarthy was born into privilege but with the genetic coding of London’s violent East End. Having broken the underworld’s sacred honour code, it is only his family’s gangland connections that save him. But in return for his life, he must deny that which he has ever known or ever will be and runs to Australia where he is forced to live an inconsequential life.
But trouble never strays far from Tray McCarthy and eventually his past and present collide to put everyone he has ever loved in danger. He must now make a stand and fight against those that are set to destroy him and play their game according to his rules.
Set against the subterfuge and violence of the international drugs trade, The King of Sunday Morning is the tale of what can go wrong when you make bad decisions. Tray McCarthy has made some of the worst. He must now save those he holds dear but in the process gets trapped deeper and deeper into a world where he doesn’t belong. “I want three pump-action shotguns, about twelve sticks of dynamite and a blowtorch”
MY THOUGHTS : I received a copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased opinion. The author has a canny ability to entice the reader into connecting with the characters. This is not the typical genre of book that I would typically read, but that did not diminish the great story that the author told.
It was a very fast paced book that changed eras, but never took anything away from the story; it was still easily followed. The details gave me the impression that there was a lot of research into the many aspects of the book and that the author just didn't write the story, but invested a piece of himself into it. Each character breathed life into the telling of the story, enhancing it more and more. I would highly recommend this book to other readers especially if they are looking for something "just a little bit different".
THIS BOOK CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE, FREQUENT DRUG USE AND SEX SCENES - NOT RECOMMENDED FOR PEOPLE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE
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