NRPD: The mean streets

NRPD The mean streets A killer is stalking the mean streets of New Rochdale Two policemen are viciously slaughtered in a seemingly opportunistic attack by the most malevolent serial killer ever to grace the Kindle Even Han

  • Title: NRPD: The mean streets
  • Author: Nick Burrill
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A killer is stalking the mean streets of New Rochdale.Two policemen are viciously slaughtered in a seemingly opportunistic attack by the most malevolent serial killer ever to grace the Kindle Even Hannibal the Cannibal wouldn t sit next to him at the annual Fictional Serial Killers banquet Hannibal ended up sitting between a murderer from a season finale of CSI Miami aA killer is stalking the mean streets of New Rochdale.Two policemen are viciously slaughtered in a seemingly opportunistic attack by the most malevolent serial killer ever to grace the Kindle Even Hannibal the Cannibal wouldn t sit next to him at the annual Fictional Serial Killers banquet Hannibal ended up sitting between a murderer from a season finale of CSI Miami and a kid from Scream 3 It wasn t a pleasant evening Then they served roasted census taker with baked beans and a substandard Bordeaux Hannibal said they could stuff it next year The world has already seen crime cracking double acts from Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson, to Cagney and Lacey, and to Ant and Dec Now from the bowels of the New Rochdale Police Department come the inscrutable team of Detective Sergeant Nugus Bottomley and, his new recruit, Detective Constable Padraic Evans.They think the cop killings tie in with an audacious train robbery from the 1980 s a heist of silver bullion, denied by the government, a robbery that never was Armed to the back molars, the beer swilling, charismatic Nugus and the nerdish, neurotic Padraic take on the case of a lifetime, not realising that it could mean the end of their lives.A host of memorable characters, including two capricious undertakers, a local crime boss and his Hollywood starlet daughter, and a bent copper, are only too happy to confuse matters for Nugus and Padraic, who have enough to worry about when a TV crew want to film the dynamic duo at work.Then a mysterious stranger starts leaking blood, and other bodily fluids, everywhere.A twisted plot gruesome murders, a creepy secret prison cell, a dangerous doner kebab and an ice cream vanPD The mean streets You may die laughing.

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    1. 'NRPD: The Mean Streets' is a comical crime caper starring Nugus Bottomley 3 and his newly acquired clean-freak partner Padraic Evans.And now it's time for something completely different - this book! Suffice it to say I was very pleasantly surprised by how amusing and unusual this was. The characters are stereotypes to a certain extent and that is played up to great comedic effect. There were times when I thought it was reminiscent to buddy-cop comedy movies (maybe a little bit zanier!), and tim [...]

    2. This crime comedy with a touch of sci-fi and the supernatural is easily one of the best books I've read in years.It's a very funny book. I lost count of how many times I laughed out loud. The characters are so likeable and the author, Nick Burrill is a master of humorously inventive metaphors. When you're not laughing, you'll be turning the pages to have your mind blown and zapped by the many thrilling plot twistsPD features one of the most epic and satisfying conclusions in recent memory in any [...]

    3. Although this is my own book, I thought I'd get the ball rolling for others who would like to review it. I think I've captured good characters in a strange world. The plot twists and turns through the book to a nerve-jangling finale. The baddies are very bad, the goodies are likable and funny. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants a fun read.

    4. This is a crime, sci-fi, comedy and everything else thrown in type of book. At first I didn't find it funny but then Nugus farted and that was it. Laugh out loud funny and definitely a page turner. Really quite brilliant.

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