Carter Brothers #4
An eye for an eye…
Once the top dog, Danny Mckay has walked away from his old gangland life. He’s on the straight and narrow now, looking forward to settling down and living a quiet life.
But trouble seems to follow Danny. And when his own family is caught up in a shocking event, Danny is dragged back into the gangland world, hell bent on revenge.
Danny’s determined to make someone pay, but the rules are different this time around – old friends are enemies, and Danny doesn’t know who he can trust.
And as Danny gets closer to the truth, he realises that the consequences of his own actions could destroy everything – and everyone – that he loves.
Book 4 of this series and even though it was my first one, I had not one single problem in picking up the story. I got the picture straight away. There were a lot of characters I did not know yet of course and it was great fun getting to know them.
People often say: ‘once a criminal, always a criminal’ and that is often very true. But people do can change for the better and turn their lives around although not everybody is convinced they really have changed. They think it’s a façade even when it isn’t.
But then, one night during something that should have been a very happy occasion, disaster strikes. What will they do then? That the one million dollar question…
Normally in gangland crimes, family – in the broadest sense of the word – stick together no matte what, but sometimes personal gain is more important and turn their back on their gang.
And than that beast that has been asleep for so many years starts to wake up again. Will it be let out or is that strong friendship built up and held strong throughout decades enough to keep it in its cage?
What can I say? I loved it! Gangland crime is hard and violent, but some of them are not bad through and through. They fight for what they love and defend it in their own way. Is it the right one? No, but it’s very effective. 😊 5 stars
About the author
Kerry Kaya is the hugely popular author of Essex-based gritty gangland thrillers with strong family dynamics. She grew up on one of the largest council estates in the UK, where she sets her novels. She also works full-time in a busy maternity department for the NHS. She has signed a nine-book deal with Boldwood for both new and backlist titles.