The Killing Club

  • Title: The Killing Club
  • Author: Paul Finch
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  • Page: 150
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  • The Killing Club Get hooked on Heck the maverick detective who knows no boundaries The perfect read for fans of Stuart Macbride and Luther DS Mark Heck Heckenburg is used to bloodbaths But nothing can prepare him for
    Get hooked on Heck the maverick detective who knows no boundaries The perfect read for fans of Stuart Macbride and Luther.DS Mark Heck Heckenburg is used to bloodbaths But nothing can prepare him for this.Heck s most dangerous case to date is open again Two years ago, countless victims were found dead massacred at the hands of Britain s most terrifying gang.When brGet hooked on Heck the maverick detective who knows no boundaries The perfect read for fans of Stuart Macbride and Luther.DS Mark Heck Heckenburg is used to bloodbaths But nothing can prepare him for this.Heck s most dangerous case to date is open again Two years ago, countless victims were found dead massacred at the hands of Britain s most terrifying gang.When brutal murders start happening across the country, it s clear the gang is at work again Their victims are killed in cold blood, in broad daylight, and by any means necessary And Heck knows it won t be long before they come for him.Brace yourself as you turn the pages of a living nightmare Welcome to The Killing Club.

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      Published :2019-05-02T22:48:19+00:00

    About Paul Finch


    1. Paul Finch is a former cop and journalist, now full time writer Having originally written for the television series THE BILL plus children s animation and DOCTOR WHO audio dramas, he went on to write horror, but is now best known for his crime thriller fiction.He won the British Fantasy Award twice and the International Horror Guild Award, but since then has written two parallel series of hard hitting crime novels, the Heck and the Lucy Clayburn novels, of which three titles have become best sellers.Paul lives in Wigan, Lancashire, UK with his wife and children.


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    1. Jo, je to zase akční smršť. Jo, je to místy trochu přitažený za vlasy. Jo, hlavní hrdina pořád dělá nesnesitelný blbosti. Ale víte co? Já Paula Finche i jeho Marka Heckenburga miluju s každým dílem víc a víc. A tohle bylo jednoduše boží.Recenze: thebooktalkblog/20

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    2. As much as I love Heck and Paul Finch's writing style this stroy has lost me somewhere around the middle. I can't even pin point where it lost me, but, I'm sorry to say it did. Maybe it was just a bit too much. Too much mess, too many conspiracies, too many bent people, too many lucky breaks for Heck, too many running and too many chasing. It felt as though I was running all the way through the book. It was exhausting. Heck was still the guy who's gut instincts prove to be right, who catches a l [...]

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    3. I read 'Stalkers' a while back and fell in love with the crazy maverick cop, Heck. Heck is a fantastic character. There is just something about him, that is special. I want him to go off on his own and get the baddies, with bullets flying in all directions. Who needs an entire police force, when you have Heck?In 'The Killing Club' Heck is following the trail of 'Mad Mike Silver' aka Rochester, who has been sprung from jail by the 'Nice Guys Club'. We met the Nice Guys in 'Stalkers' and they were [...]

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    4. Exceptional adrenaline crazy ride! A great thriller!

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    5. This series just keeps getting better

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    6. I say it every time I read this series. Heck's escapades are like a 21st century Boy's Own adventure. Mr Finch has done an excellent job in this, his best yet, novel. Once again the Nice Guys have reared their ugly heads and instead of keeping a low profile as they did in Stalkers they are murdering their way across the country with Heck on their heels despite his superiors' efforts to keep him off the case. I cannot recommend this book too highly. It has an engaging protagonist, almost continua [...]

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    7. So #HookedonHeckPaul Finch is back with The Killing Club as his follow-up to Stalkers and oh my God what a follow-up. This is fast paced high intensity crime thriller that ticks all the boxes and more as DS Heckenburg tears up and down the country as everyone falls around him. If you are looking for that page turner this is it! As you near the end of the book you want to slow down to make it last but there is that urging that you really need to know what happens and who will make it through to t [...]

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    8. At first I was slightly disappointed as I soon realised this was the third in a series. Never the less I tried it and two hours later I broke off reading long enough to order the first two. What a book this is. It reminded me so much of watching ‘Die Hard’ the first time, dishevelled, maverick cop going up against a team of highly trained and sadistic mercenaries. The action just does not let up. As I said I hadn’t read the first in the series and this is very much a follow on from that bo [...]

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    9. This is the latest in a series about super sergeant of the SCU, Mark Heckenburg. There is action extraordinaire with explosions and big guns and the baddest group of bad guys who graphically commit mayhem in almost Superhero comic proportions. Finch writes with great detail but it works to produce a cinema like extravaganza of action and crime solving on the page. A bit lengthy but fun with a teaser ending. Consider me a fan.Provided by publisher.

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    10. I picked this book up in my local library. I had never read any of this author before. Even though the story has already begun and this is follow on you don't need to have read the previous book the author kindly gives the backstory without going into too much detail. I enjoyed the characters and it was very fast paced storyline its bit like 007 surviving the punches the numerous falls, near death escapes from the bad guys but yet Detective Heck is quite likeable and you feel that he could be a [...]

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    11. Also reviewed on my blog: bookaddictshaunWow, this was a rollercoaster of a read and then some! You know all those old cliches, heart stopping, edge of your seat etc, all of them apply here. I thought Stalkers and Sacrifice were good but Paul has surpassed himself with this book. I predict that this will be one of my favourite crime fiction books of 2014. I am still reeling after finishing it and my heart has only just resumed its normal rhythm. The last 150 or so pages are some of the most enjo [...]

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    12. Really enjoyed the first two books, and the first two thirds of this one. However, the last third read like a Die Hard script, with Bruce Willis, aka Heck, taking on a whole raft of highly trained, ex special ops soldiers. It became a little too far fetched for me, but it was still quite enjoyable, if becoming totally implausible. The writing moves along at a decent pace, and there's always something happening, but that's not enough for me to rate it above three stars.

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    13. Za mě jednoznačně nejslabší ze série. Ani britsky hollywoodský akční závěr, kde si všichni hrají na supermany to nedokázal zachránit. Ale pořád jde o dost slušně našlapanou detektivku, kde ani ten nejkladnější dobrák nerespektuje pravidla. Snad se příště Finch zase vytáhne, tak jak to umí :)

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    14. Another enjoyable book from Paul Finch. I love the damaged Mark Heckenburg as the main character. The pace is good and the way it's written provides an easy reading thriller that will keep you hooked. This follows on from Stalkers and definitely need to be read in order to get the most from it

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    15. This novel has to be one of the best books that we have read this year. The main protagonist, "Heck" , has his strength of character truly tested in this fast paced, gritty thriller. It has all the components of first class crime thriller fiction.

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    16. I really like this series. Can't wait to start the next one.

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    17. schefikuvblog/paul-finc

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    18. This is part of the DS Mark Heckenburg series & a follow up to "Stalkers". In that book, Heck & Co cracked a case involving the "Nice Guys", a misnomer if there ever was one. A group of trained mercenaries ran a rape-for-hire business catering to men with more money than morals. For a whack of cash, the NG's would snatch the woman of your choice & provide a secure space for you to have your depraved way with them. They also handled clean up.When the smoke cleared, only ringleader Pet [...]

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    19. Paul Finch’s series of books featuring DS Mark Heckenburg (otherwise known as Heck) started with book one featuring a nasty bunch of killers named The Nice Guys. The Nice Guys were a horrific bunch of people who ran a ‘rape-for-hire’ business catering to the most sadistic of men. In the first of the series (entitled Stalkers) only one person ended up being behind bars and that was Peter Rochester. Between Heck’s boss DS Gemma Piper and the lead guy Frank Tasker, part of the Serious Crime [...]

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    20. In a previous outing, Stalkers, Detective Sergeant Mark ‘Heck’ Heckenburg nearly took down The Nice Guys, a vicious gang operating an international rape club. For a hefty fee, the Nice Guys kidnap women to order. Each client can then do anything he wishes to the woman before the Nice Guys clean up the mess afterwards. The club’s dangerous ringleader Peter Rochester AKA Mad Mike Silver was arrested and imprisoned but, after suffering a heart attack, he’s being transferred to a hospital fo [...]

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    21. I love Heck, and this could have been a great book if the last third of the book wasn't so daft and ridiculously far fetched. Heck must be super human, he hasn't just got 9 lives, he's got about 900!

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    22. ARC received from: NetgalleyRating: 4*Cover: YayPOV: 3rd PersonOne-Sentence Summary: Detective Heckenburg has to catch a serial killing gang before it kills himNegatives: For the first third of the book I had the distinct feeling that I had come into the story halfway and it was then that I realised that this book indeed was a follow-up to the events that had occurred in Book #1 of the Heck series. Whilst I am usually quite pedantic about reading a series from start to finish, I have read quite [...]

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    23. Thanks to Net Galley for the advance copy. Released 22nd May 2014The Killing Club is the 3rd instalment in the Mark ‘Heck’ Heckenburg series. This book follows on from the events of the first book in the series, Stalkers. Somehow I missed the first book and have only read the second, so I felt I was missing quite a lot by not reading Stalkers first. However it wasn’t an impossible task as everything is recapped throughout the book so everything you need to know is explained. I just wish I [...]

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    24. This was the third book in a series and since I had not read any of the others I did think I'd have problems picking this up but the book can easily stand alone and I did not feel at a disadvantage having not read the other two books.Strong characters and a good plot made this an enjoyable read; pacy in all the right places I trafficked through at high speed. I loved the gritty realism of the storyline, the flaws that made the characters more realistic and the relentlessness of Heck in pursuing [...]

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    25. I decided to read a book that differs to my usual reading style, and I'm so glad I did. For anyone interested in reading a thriller/crime book, I would suggest this one. The plot line is really interesting and enticing, you want to know more about what's happening. The characters were (hold up a second) genuine people! They were realistic in the sense of humanity and I felt the way the gang in the book was portrayed is how they are revealed on the news and the disgusting acts they commit. Heck i [...]

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    26. Found this book in a bus, with it's discount sticker tattered and halfway peeled of. While I reached my stop it took my interest as it was repetitively well written, also I was bored and had to fill time with something. Later that evening when I resumed reading it it dawned on me that I don't really know what I've got myself into: is it a over-the-top thriller about a tough cop who plays it loose and fast, reminiscent of 80's movies. Or was it a smart satire of this kind of books, filled with de [...]

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    27. In 'Stalkers', Paul Finch's first Mark Heckenburg novel which I confess I never read, we were introduced to the depraved rapist/murderers known as the 'Nice Guys'. On that occasion, Heck vanquished them and ensured that their leader, Mad Mike Silver, was sent to prison for a life term. But now Silver has broken out in a carefully constructed escape bid in which several police officers were killed and suddenly Heck realises that taking him out, for good this time, is the number one item on the Ni [...]

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    28. This book was awesome. Mark Heckenburg is not the usual methodical detective. He takes risks and doesn't care what authority he's under. Not the luckiest man alive but hey common man isn't lucky like they show in movies. He works hard and does shit like no one else #Respect . The book is fast paced and you don't want to keep the book down. There is no time to even talk about romance. Pure action. The killings are brutal without usual elements and Paul Finch really captures the emotion and the is [...]

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    29. Way to go Heck! Another roller-coaster ride of a book that carries on from the previous story. The Nice Guys (although they're not very nice) are back and Heck is not to be involved in the case. Of course he sees things that nobody else does and becomes a target himself so he has no choice but to become involved, to the eternal frustration of his bosses. So ensues a deadly game of cat and mouse. Heck doesn't know who to trust, his own colleagues appear out to get him along with the nice guys. Bu [...]

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    30. Perhaps I needed to read Stalkers first, but am struggling with this whole 'nice guys' idea. I don't know how they came about with this nickname but it doesn't work for me. Perhaps police should have come up with a more apt name like the Killing Club but, like I said, I don't know where it originated. Heck, the hero, is driving me nuts, too, with his obsession at breaking the rules after being given strict orders from the top brass. There are plenty of characters like him but I wish he was colou [...]

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