The first three best-selling UK crime books in the Twin Towers Estate Series (25,000 downloads and counting), together for the first time in one great-value Nook thriller collection!
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Experience the shocking beginnings of the Twin Towers Estate thriller series, with the complete Riot Trilogy (Crack, Kitty and Smack), from award-winning British crime author Chris Barraclough.
Five Stars for the Twin Towers Estate from Indie Ebook Reviewer: “This is seat-of-the-pants reading, so grab yourself a drink and snack and make yourself comfortable before you start. And remember to breathe occasionally...”
Crack (shortlisted, Page Turner Prize)
"I enjoyed every minute of it. Its pace is so frenetic and the events pile up one on the other so rapidly that you won't want to put it down." - eBookanoid Reviews
The tragic accidental death of a teenage girl in a notorious crime-ridden UK council estate leads to a bloody and shocking uprising, led by the girl's father and her ruthless boyfriend.
The man responsible, PC Nathan Pang, finds himself trapped on the thirteenth floor of Disraeli tower, traumatised and cut off from help. Facing the rioters head-on, he discovers the horrific truth behind the girl's death, but can he protect the innocents caught up in the violence and get out of the estate alive?
From Amazon reviews: “Enthralling”... “Fantastic read”... “Fast paced”... “Ended up reading until the sun came up”... “Couldn’t put it down”... “Gritty and believable”... “Hard hitting”... “Every page is a nail-biting rush”
A young man doped up on ketamine is found dead in the street. His sister is hell-bent on revenge, convinced her brother was murdered...
A stressed and bullied Korean mother sees her corner store mysteriously burned to the ground. Threatened by the thug who was charged for the crime, she sets out to discover the real culprits...
An ex-teacher fresh out of prison is terrorised by someone from his past. His only escape is to confront those responsible...
In just one day, their lives will violently collide in the infamous Twin Towers Estate...
From Amazon reviews: “Another great read”... “Great British read”... “Gripping thriller”... “Fab twists”... “Could not put it down”
After moving into the notorious Twin Towers Estate with his older brother, eleven-year-old Adam soon starts hanging around with the wrong crowd. But when he’s knocked down by a hit-and-run driver, a chance at revenge turns into a life-or-death struggle with the very worst the estate has to offer...
This book contains very strong language and occasional violence and is intended for mature audiences only. Scroll up and click the cover image to read a sneak preview, and check out www.chrisbarraclough.co.uk for more info on Chris' Kindle novels.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chris Barraclough is a British journalist and award-winning UK crime author who bagged the UK Authors Award for his highly-praised debut suspense/mystery novel, "Bat Boy", following a blind teenage boy and his brother's search for their long-lost father (out now in paperback and on Kindle).
His follow-ups, "Crack" (shortlisted, Page Turner Prize 2011) "Kitty" and “Smack” are fast-paced crime thrillers set in the notorious Twin Towers Estate, while his mystery novel “Dead Dogs” was nominated for the Dylan Thomas Award.
More praise for Chris Barraclough:
"A great story, beautifully written...an excellent crime book. Once you start you will not stop, I promise you." - Graham Sclater's Book Review Show, Venture Radio
"Fast, funny, riveting...a glorious read" - Times Suspense
"A wonderful, gripping thriller, from the first words to the last. Marvellous!" - UK Crime Writers