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Next in Line: The must-read crime-thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author. (William Warwick Novels)

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I get the impression that it is better to read this series from the beginning to understand the significance of some of the secondary characters, such as the escaped prisoner, Miles Faulkner. It has all the elements of clever plotting, multiple threads which twine into each other to provide the reader with a well crafted and layered read.

In fact, during the last 50 pages, when everything comes to a head, I felt that I was just plodding along trying to get the book finished. Many thanks to Harper 360/HarperCollins for the opportunity to read Next in Line in advance of its publication. It’s getting so monotonous that he had to go back in time and use Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana in the story to make it interesting. A Five starer book- Next in Line, leaves little time for reader to imagine, as the incidents are realtime , so most of the time the reader will be in pace with the events, instead of trying to figure out the endgame. Featuring Detective Chief Inspector William Warwick and his team, the story is set in 1988 in London.

I always enjoyed all the Jeffrey Archer books I read and then somehow I missed a number of years of his exceptional novels. Archer has Warwick offer more insight into the wonders of British policing in the late 1980s, climbing the ranks on his way to the ultimate promotion.

Meanwhile, there are more shenanigans from Miles Faulkner as well as a serious security threat to the Crown from a renegade organisation. A set of well-honed plot lines keeps the story electric and provides some forks in the narrative progression, keeping the reader on the edge of their seats throughout.

Because of the lead up on the front cover, I had expected the book to be more about security protection for Diana, Princess of Wales.

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