Filthy Night

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
“He looked down at the dead man’s blood seeping across the carpet, and decided it wasn’t time for cocktails.”

A stormy night: Paul Brightland needs a specialist to find the men who attacked his daughter. St Cloud needs Brightland’s money and a chance to forget his troubles. But soon, as he is dragged into London's underworld, he will discover his troubles are only just beginning... More
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About William Zanzinger

William Zanzinger is the author of the bestselling thrillers "Filthy Night" and "Death of a Messenger". His new novel, "A Hot, Bright Light" has just been published in ebooks.

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Review by: Luke Short on Feb. 12, 2013 :
I think the reviewer who gave it 2 stars validates the other 5 STAR ratings. Either you like this kind of story, or you don't. If you like it, and I do, it is a very good book.
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Review by: C.J. Schmidt on April 18, 2012 :
I enjoyed this book very much. Great characters who are interesting, and a story that has many twists right up til the very end. Not being a Brit I did have questions with terminology, my Nook dictionary, google and wiki got a workout just to keep up. Looking forward to the next book "Death of a messenger", and hopefully to find out more about Michael St.Cloud other than how much good whiskey he can drink before being falling down drunk. Thanks for the free book!
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Review by: New Publisher's Review on Feb. 09, 2012 :
"The Big Sleep" for the CSI generation, or so it's been called elsewhere. The plotting is intelligent with a good twist and the characters, from shadowy City executives to lowly gangsters, are real and distinctive. There is a focus on forensics but don't expect CSI gloss. The language is tough but stylish, and the observations of London and Londoners - sometimes pretty visceral ones - are the standout.
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Review by: Martyn Hogan on Jan. 28, 2012 :
Brilliant book. The Goodreads reviews already say this but it's got a complex, interesting plot and great characters, and it's written with style and wit.
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Review by: Nora Lee on Nov. 16, 2011 :
I got through 50% of this book and couldn't think of a reason to continue. The main character is a middle aged ex cop who is a drunk and has a young girlfriend who stays out half the night and cheats on him. But he loves her and wants to protect her. Why I didn't figure out, other than the sex is good. The writing is slow and plodding with endless descriptions of trivial items and descriptions of London streets and buildings like a bus tour. It's not horrible, just boring. Editing is good but not perfect. And if the author was trying to impress me by using many words I had to look up the meaning of, he failed.
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