The Debt by Roberta Kray

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See 1 Critic Review

unrated

Synopsis

After eighteen years inside, Johnny Frank is coming out of jail with just one thing on his mind, to kill the man who put him there. But his plans soon go dramatically awry. As his past returns to haunt him, a vicious murder and kidnap force him back on the streets of London. He could choose simply to disappear - if it weren't for Simone.

Through her marriage to Reggie Kray, the author has a unique insight into the inner conflicts of a long-term prisoner, and just as Roberta's life was irrevocably changed by meeting Reg, so Simone's will never be the same again after she enters Johnny's dangerous and unpredictable universe.

Praise for Roberta Kray:

'Well into Martina Cole territory, Roberta Kray's first novel gets under the skin of the London underworld with no problem' - Independent

'Action, intrigue and a character-driven plot are delivered in well-written style, sure to please any crime fiction fans' - Woman

'You might expect a crime novel written by the widow of Reg Kray would be tough - and it is. Recommend this to fans of Ian Rankin' - Booklist

'The Debt convinces on every page - not only about the gangster world but also as a portrait of a woman whose life has been changed by forces beyond her control' - Chicago Tribune
 

About Roberta Kray

See more books from this Author
Roberta Kray was married to one of the notorious Kray twins written about by Jake Arnott and many others. This is her third thriller. Previous books in the series include The Pact and The Debt.
 
Published July 20, 2011 by Robinson. 356 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

Unrated Critic Reviews for The Debt

Kirkus Reviews

See more reviews from this publication

Just before Christmas, Jim rises unexpectedly from his usual sottish compliance to defy his wife when he invites an old associate of theirs, Johnny Frank, home from prison, where he spent the last 18 years for murder.

Apr 01 2006 | Read Full Review of The Debt

Rate this book!

Add Review
×