Earlier this year I read Brake Failure by Alison Brodie, now Ms Brodie has another book which has just released this week…Zenka.
Ruthless, stubborn and loyal.
Zenka is a Hungarian pole-dancer with a dark past.
When cranky London mob boss, Jack Murray, saves her life she vows to become his guardian angel – whether he likes it or not. Happily, she now has easy access to pistols, knuckle-dusters and shotguns.
Jack learns he has a son, Nicholas, a community nurse with a heart of gold. Problem is, Nicholas is a wimp.
Zenka takes charge. Using her feminine wiles and gangland contacts, she aims to turn Nicholas into a son any self-respecting crime boss would be proud of. And she succeeds!
Nicholas transforms from pussycat to mad dog, falls in love with Zenka, and finds out where the bodies are buried – because he buries them. He’s learning fast that sometimes you have to kill, or be killed.
As his life becomes more terrifying, questions have to be asked:
How do you tell a crime boss you don’t want to be his son?
And is Zenka really who she says she is?
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Praise for Zenka
“Riveting” -Midwest Book Review
5* “Moments you read with mounting horror, scenes you read in tears of laughter” –Being Anne
5* “Brilliant fun and escapism” –Ali the Dragon Slayer
5* “To say I loved this story would be a massive understatement” –Bloggers from Down Under
5* “Will warm your heart and chill your bones” –Tome Tender Blogspot
5* “You won’t be able to put this book down” –Laura Reading
Alison Brodie is a Scot, with French Huguenot ancestors on her mother’s side.
Alison Brodie is an international best-selling author. Her books having been published in hardback and paperback by Hodder & Stoughton (UK), Heyne (Germany) and Unieboek (Holland).
Alison has now gone “indie”. Here are some editorial reviews for her recent books:
BRAKE FAILURE: “Masterpiece of humor” –Midwest Book Review
THE DOUBLE: “Proof of her genius in writing fiction” -San Francisco Book Review.
ZENKA will be releasing on 6 Nov, 2017.
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