Cutter's Deal (The Cutter Trilogy Book 1)

  • Title: Cutter's Deal (The Cutter Trilogy Book 1)
  • Author: Julie Morrigan Steven Miscandlon
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Unlimited Cutter's Deal (The Cutter Trilogy Book 1) - by Julie Morrigan Steven Miscandlon - Cutter's Deal (The Cutter Trilogy Book 1), Cutter s Deal The Cutter Trilogy Book With a brutal hand up and coming gangster Gordon Cutter and his associates are making a good living doing bad things and heaven help anyone who gets in their way Cutter has big ambitions to expand h
    Unlimited Cutter's Deal (The Cutter Trilogy Book 1) - by Julie Morrigan Steven Miscandlon - Cutter's Deal (The Cutter Trilogy Book 1), Cutter s Deal The Cutter Trilogy Book With a brutal hand up and coming gangster Gordon Cutter and his associates are making a good living doing bad things and heaven help anyone who gets in their way Cutter has big ambitions to expand h

    • Unlimited Cutter's Deal (The Cutter Trilogy Book 1) - by Julie Morrigan Steven Miscandlon
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    Cutter's Deal (The Cutter Trilogy Book 1)

    About Julie Morrigan Steven Miscandlon


    1. Julie Morrigan is the author of three acclaimed novels, and numerous novellas and short stories.Best known for her gritty crime tales based in the north east of England, her 2011 debut novel Convictions became an bestseller, and was selected as one of the top books of the year by both Grift Magazine and the Crime Fiction Lover website.The Cutter Trilogy of north east crime novellas is Julie s most recent bestselling series, featuring the brutal exploits of vicious Sunderland gangster Gordon Cutter and his criminal firm.For fans of short stories, Bad Times North East Crime collects 32 of Julie s shorter tales, many of which previously appeared in anthologies and magazines such as Bullet and Out of the Gutter.


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    1. Julie Morrigan s addition to the Byker Books Best of British series is a gangster s tale Gordon Cutter is a gangster whose star is rising He gets results through brutal methods and ruthlessness When a rival firm is in trouble Cutter sees an opportunity and his power grows still further.The story is told from an interesting variety of first person perspectives We get Cutter s perspective which at times is utterly chilling People are there to be used, a means to an end We also get the viewpoint fr [...]

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    2. True grit Gritty realism that s violent and crude If this is the North East of England, then I think I ll pass Both the book and the area will have it s fans though, no doubt.

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    3. Cutter by name and cutter by nature Gordon Cutter is one man you don t mess with He s a gangster who has many people on his side, including the police, They turn a blind eye to the fact he also has children working for him Cross him and you re a gonna.Although only a short read it s packed to the brim with plenty of action A great little thriller which I enjoyed

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    4. From across the pond, we have yet another power writer, Julie Morrigan One of her works I had the good fortune to read recently was Cutter s Deal, a standalone novella that first appeared in the Anthology Best of British by Byker Books find Byker Books url and insert it here The story revolves around three central characters Mr Cutter, the head of an illicit enterprise, Jack, the fifteen year old son of Mr Cutter s cleaning woman, and his sixteen year old sister Livvy, who attracts the attention [...]

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    5. Cutter s Deal is an excellent novella in the impressive Best of British series It follows Gordon Cutter, a small time gangster, as he tries to rise up the criminal ladder The story is told from three points of view Cutter and teenage siblings Olivia and Jack Through the course of the story the two teenagers drift into Cutter s world unaware of the dark side of his business During the narrative there s a growing sense that something bad is going to happen As Cutter ruthlessly uses everyone around [...]

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    6. a poor imitation of Martina cole in my opinon

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