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Gangster Girl

Gangster Girl

For fans of Martina Cole and Kimberley Chambers, a gripping, thrilling East End story of a woman trying to escape her family’s legacy – though it may be the only thing that can save her life.

Daisy Sullivan’s father was one of London’s most infamous gangsters. Haunted by his violent death, she vowed to live a respectable life. That is, until the day her mum, who abandoned her when she was young and who she barely remembers, barges back into her life.

Daisy discovers her mum is the head of one of London’s most feared underworld families – the Kings. She is drawn into their next criminal act – a bank job that turns out to be no ordinary robbery.

Soon she is running for her life. The only person she can trust is up-and-coming gangland bad boy, Ricky Smart.

And she’ll have to use every dirty trick her dad ever taught her to stay alive . . .
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

On Sale: 5th August 2010

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781848942080

Reviews

'A brutally realistic and dangerously addictive second novel by Eastender Dreda Say Mitchell.
<i>Lancashire Evening Post</i>
'A fine entertainment.'
<i>Telegraph</i>
'A fine piece of British crime fiction, with an underworld theme that's sure to appeal to readers of Roberta Kray.'
<i>Booklist</i>
'A great read written by a great girl'
Martina Cole
'A narrative drive that overcomes all disbelief, with a cliff-hanger at the end of every chapter and a vitality of language that leaps from every page.'
<i>Independent</i>
'Awesome tale from a talented writer.'
<i>Sun</i>
'Dreda Say Mitchell confirms her position as a hot new name in crime writing with this taut novel.'
<i>Elle</i>
'Mitchell outguns Martina Cole for pure, shocking East End gangster grit. *****'
<i>Mirror</i> on HIT GIRLS
'Running red hot in the London gangster stakes, Dreda Say Mitchell has come up with another East End sizzler . . . Dreda guns you down from the very start.'
<i>Northern Echo</i>
'The action in this thriller comes as fast as bullets, and the tale takes several surprising turns.'
<i>Pride</i>