Malice by Hugh Fraser @realhughfraser @urbanebooks

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Book Description:

‘Malice’ is book 3 in the bestselling Rina Walker series, following ‘Harm’ and ‘Threat’. London 1964. Gang warfare is breaking out and Rina Walker’s struggle to survive amid the battles and betrayals of a gruesome cast of racketeers and gangsters requires all her considerable skills as an assassin. Playing one side off against the other to protect those she loves, Rina is caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse where her life is just one of many at stake…

My Thoughts:

Even though it hasn’t been that long since I read the second book in the series, I’ve really missed Rina. She’s an absolute breath of fresh air in this genre and I am loving all the girl power.

As I would expect now when picking up a book in this series, nothing is ever straight forward for Rina and she seems to constantly get caught up in the things she shouldn’t be. It probably wouldn’t be so bad if she didn’t have a heart but she does and it usually ends up complicating things even further.

There is so much going on throughout the story and I love how Rina holds it altogether. Many women would crumble well before now but somehow she just keeps picking herself up, dusting herself down and getting on with it. I love the relationship she has with Lizzie and apart from her and her sister Georgie, they are the only people that bring a bit of normality into her life.

Malice is packed full of racketeering, gangsters and action. There is certainly plenty to entertain you and the author yet again had my attention from the first to the very last page. If you love a strong female protagonist doing it for themselves, then you need to read the Rina Walker series right now.

Malice is available to purchase from Amazon. (Please note that link used is an affiliate link).

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