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review Taken Jo Birmingham #2

Taken Jo Birmingham #2 review » 3 ☆ [KINDLE] ❆ Taken Jo Birmingham #2 By Niamh OConnor – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk It's a cold wet winter night when a car pulls into a service station on Dublin uays Strapped on to the back seat is a three year old boy Asleep Five minutes later he's gone – kidnapped in the time i It's a cold wet winFor her Taken Jo PDFEPUB or petrol Distraught and fearing for his safety she has only one option DI Jo Birmingham One of the few female senior officers on the Dublin police force Jo has a keen reputation for solving crimes and r. I expected a lot from this book However I did enjoy it

Taken Jo Birmingham #2For her Taken Jo PDFEPUB or petrol Distraught and fearing for his safety she has only one option DI Jo Birmingham One of the few female senior officers on the Dublin police force Jo has a keen reputation for solving crimes and r. I expected a lot from this book However I did enjoy it

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Taken Jo Birmingham #2 ↠ It's a cold wet winter night when a car pulls into a service station on Dublin uays Strapped on to the back seat is a three year old boy Asleep Five minutes later he's gone – kidnapped in the time it's taken his mother to pay. It was alright To be honest the notion that serious druggies would kidnap a child at a petrol station in full view of witnesses in order to put pressure on the mother not to pull a fast one in relation to the huge drugs haul hidden in the back of the very same car still not sure if she knew it was there from which the child is taken simply doesnt make any sense whatsoever I mean can someone please tell me why the drug lords didnt just take the car and leave the kid instead The only answer has to be that there wouldnt have been a book if that were the case The car ends up in the Garda pound as a result of taking the child making the bad guys' problems even bigger go figureGood insight into criminal life in Ireland and Garda process and journalists but overall not worth the bother download Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Niamh OConnor

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Niamh OConnor ✓ 3 characters Ighting wrongs Her search for the little boy takes her into a dark world of lies and corruption where hard cash is king where sex is a commodity to be bought and sold – and where the lost and vulnerable are in terrifying dange. Taken starts at a clip and steadily builds steam Niamh O'Connor works as the true crime editor of the Sunday World and she brings her knowledge of Ireland's criminal underbelly to the story fictionalising elements of rumours concerning high class prostitution she's heard in her day job Whilst the criminal side of the story linking the rich and famous with underclass criminal gangs seems credible the policing and family side of the story seemed less so The guards are portrayed as incompetent jealous and backstabbing and the procedural elements are weak This worked to create some tension and melodrama but also undermined the credibility of the story The plot also relied on some awkward set ups at times such as leaving the car unlocked putting people in an inspector's office unattended and a mobile phone too wet to use Despite this the story rattles along at a heck of a pace dragging the reader with it as the various threads are woven together and resolved culminating in an explosive finale And given the high melodrama its breakneck speed and the mixing of the rich famous and criminal gangs I can easily envisage Taken being serialised for television Overall a searing commentary on the legacy of Celtic Tiger excesses played out through thrill bound melodrama