Kill Order

Kill Order Rizwan Sabir is back And this time the battle is personal An ex al Qaeda jihadi Riz is now a fixer for a shadowy branch of the Ministry of Defence He has teamed up professionally and romantically wit

  • Title: Kill Order
  • Author: Charlie Flowers
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rizwan Sabir is back.And this time the battle is personal An ex al Qaeda jihadi, Riz is now a fixer for a shadowy branch of the Ministry of Defence He has teamed up professionally and romantically with Holly Bang Bang Kirpachi a hard bitten girl gang leader.Their marriage was set to be the social event of the season.Until the wedding celebrations were interrupted byRizwan Sabir is back.And this time the battle is personal An ex al Qaeda jihadi, Riz is now a fixer for a shadowy branch of the Ministry of Defence He has teamed up professionally and romantically with Holly Bang Bang Kirpachi a hard bitten girl gang leader.Their marriage was set to be the social event of the season.Until the wedding celebrations were interrupted by a series of murders in the East End of London Someone is copying Jack the Ripper with a new spate of gruesome killings in Whitechapel.Riz and Bang Bang are assigned to the case but this is no easy mystery to crack Can they catch the killer before he strikes again Or are there other, darker forces at work Kill Order is an exciting police procedural, techno thriller that brings vividly to life both the new and the old East End It is the third explosive installment of the Riz Sabir series.

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    1. I have to say that I am about 50% done with Blood Honeymoon. Charlie Flowers has tapped into a much larger audience than Western Corporate Marketing would have us believe. The book is delivered in first person which makes it very easy to read. The technical stuff in the book seems legit. But I'm not an expert on "jihad" by any means. I am probably the whitest person you will meet on a sunny day. With that said I found the inclusion of the cultural dynamics / particulars interesting.

    2. Riz and Bang-Bang are back! That’s what the product description screams, and what can I say? It’s been too long! The first Riz book broke new territory as a brand new entry into a genre of books that was becoming–for want of a better word–jaded. James Bond yadayada… Yes, we get it, spy books… Harry Palmer and his glasses… Pass me the boredom box…Wait! No, give me that book… Blood Honeymoon? I guess it will just be another of those same old spy books. Actually, this is pretty go [...]

    3. Charlie you did it again! Loved the book The characters have really grown since the first installment. This one was a bit more meaty than the first 2. I sure hope you keep Riz and Bang Bang together and give us another great read very soon. Recommendation read the books in order, you can't go wrong with any one of them but you will really appreciate the growth. If you are a fan of thriller, mystery, detective, military, spec ops etc You will truly love this series. People put Charlie Flowers in [...]

    4. So, it's what we were waiting for. The Sabir - Kirpachi wedding. And then, there's a murder mystery. It's suddenly all a bit film noir really, but it works. East London, burlesque shows, curry kings, programming geekery, bloody crimescenes, tough crazy women with guns and a sniper on the loose to track down. And in the middle of it get your best suit or frock, and henna at the ready. It's time for a wedding. Riz has it all here's hoping he can hold onto his wife a bit longer than James Bond did

    5. Jack the Ripper meets a Bangladeshi Mafia. This is my favorite Riz Sabir adventure so far. Starting off with a state sanctioned terrorist attack on his wedding day, “Kill Order” by Charlie Flowers speeds forward with action that left me breathless. Happily, Holly (Bang Bang) and Riz tie the knot in an almost traditional ceremony. From there on the plot thickens like a delicious curry of violence and mystery. Working with the local police Riz, Bang Bang and the delightful Black eyes work as a [...]

    6. Charlie Flowers murders it yet again with his third book in the Riz saga. This time, my favorite character, Bang-Bang, is getting hitched to him, and of course, violence ensues all around them. This is a slower paced book than his previous works in the series, but its pacing is deliberate, and the overall story is exciting in a way only Charlie Flowers can deliver. If you read the first two books, then pick up this one. How could you not?

    7. amazon/product-reviewsThe third in Charlie Flowers Riz Sabir's series and doesn't dissapoint. With all the technical details on a par with Tom Clancy and the sharp spikey observations from Mr Flowers himself, this is certainly the most brutal and best in the series so far. Im not a big fan of First person novels but, this works.Bloody, thought provoking (on a par with todays troubles and indeed the past) and heavy doses of wry satire.Do yourself a favour, the Riz stories educate and open your mi [...]

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