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C search of her own But her hunt takes her to a world she never knew existed a violent underworld; a sixteen year old murder; and finally to secrets about her own past which her mother hoped she'd never have to face And all the time the clock is ticking for ClaireA gripping thriller from the bestselling author of some of Britain's best crime fictio. Got about 100 pages in to this and then decided to give up There were way too many characters introduced in a short period of time to be able to make sense of who they all were The mother has six six children they have friends there s a police officer there s neighbours there s the bad people I couldn t keep them all straight The dialogue was with the accents the characters have but they all talked exactly the same way ex saying our Claire when referring to a character The plot wasn t enough to keep me going so I m moving on to the next book summary-astrophysics-for-people-in-a-hurry existed a violent underworld; a sixteen year old murder; and finally to secrets about her own past which her mother hoped she'd never have to face And all the time the clock is ticking for ClaireA gripping thriller from the bestselling author of some of Britain's best crime fictio. Got about 100 pages in to this and then decided to give up There were way too many characters introduced in a short period of time to be able to make sense of who they all were The mother has six six children they have friends there s a police officer there s neighbours there s the bad people I couldn t keep them all straight The dialogue was with the accents the characters have but they all talked wreck-this-journal-duct-tape-expanded-ed exactly the same way assertiveness-for-women-an-assertiveness-training-guide-for-women-english-edition ex saying our Claire when referring to a character The plot wasn t kvm-mise-en-oeuvre-d-une-solution-de-virtualisation-de-serveurs enough to keep me going so I m moving on to the next book

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Detective Inspector Lorraine Hunt is called in to investigate the violent murder case Kerry and Lorraine different ages and from different worlds come together when Claire Lumsdon Kerry's sister is violently kidnapped the fourth in a series of abductions of young girls Headstrong wilful and convinced the police can't help Kerry sets out on a franti. This modern day crime series is a gritty look at how police endeavour to keep law and order on a council area near Sunderland in England where unemployment is rocketing and prospects are few Crimes range from the usual break ins and car thefts to drugs but that s the background and in the foreground we get a personal case to bring us closer to some of the characters which involves a murder Nice to see a female police officer in charge We also get a good look at some local families who are only trying to survive and lead decent lives on minimal welfare For instance a man who rents a house from the council but illegally sub lets it to other families at a profit reckons that he is doing everyone a favour because the people he is housing do not ualify for council housing Men know the goods they buy in the pub are stolen but they don t see any other way to afford Christmas presents I think what stops this series from being great is that there is a total immersion in the atmosphere While a Council estate series is itself a contrast with many English crime novels there is little or no contrast within each book Therefore they all get to feel the same weekend-language-presenting-with-more-stories-and-less-powerpoint endeavour to keep law and order on a council area near Sunderland in England where unemployment is rocketing and prospects are few Crimes range from the usual break ins and car thefts to drugs but that s the background and in the foreground we get a personal case to bring us closer to some of the characters which involves a murder Nice to see a female police officer in charge We also get a good look at some local families who are only trying to survive and lead decent lives on minimal welfare For instance a man who rents a house from the council but illegally sub lets it to other families at a profit reckons that he is doing business-secrets-from-the-bible-spiritual-success-strategies-for-financial-abundance everyone a favour because the people he is housing do not ualify for council housing Men know the goods they buy in the pub are stolen but they don t see any other way to afford Christmas presents I think what stops this series from being great is that there is a total immersion in the atmosphere While a Council the-vanderbeekers-and-the-hidden-garden estate series is itself a contrast with many English crime novels there is little or no contrast within barnum-s-own-story-the-autobiography-of-p-t-barnum each book Therefore they all get to feel the same

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1985 a man runs for his life exhausted wounded hunted remorselessly by a female assassin known only as The Head Hunter At the end he has just enough energy to spit in her face2001 sixteen year old Kerry Lumsdon runs across the same terrain She runs to win and she runs to forget When a headless body is found in the wastelands of the Seahills Estate. Nice story intriguing and captivating to read for the average personThe use of foul language dialect and too much swearing plummeted it to a horrible one star on a scale of one to five


10 thoughts on “Run For Home

  1. says:

    I bought this book when the author Sheila uigley did a book signing in my local Waterstones and I am so glad I discovered this gem of a novel The plot is elaborately split between various characters all of whom are fully explored and combine together to create an exciting dynamic storyline As somebody from the North East of England where the book is set I cannot recommend it enough

  2. says:

    Nice story intriguing and captivating to read for the average personThe use of foul language dialect and too much swearing plummeted it to a horrible one star on a scale of one to five

  3. says:

    Sheila uigley's Run for Home was the in my A Z of authors I'd never heard of the author but the plot sounded intriguing so I thought I'd check it outTo start with we meet Kerry Lumsdon a sixteen year old girl wh

  4. says:

    This book was okay but I can't muster much excitement The central characters the Lumsdons were well enough written and seeme

  5. says:

    This modern day crime

  6. says:

    This is a brilliant book I loved the Lumsdon family and all of their past has come back to haunt them in this book It's definitely worth a read

  7. says:

    I THOROUGHLY ENJOYED THIS BOOK BY SHEILA UIGLEY RUN FOR HOME PLENTY OF PLOTS LOVED IT FROM THE FIRST PAGE RIGHT TILL THE E

  8. says:

    Got about 100 pages in to this and then decided to give up There were way too many characters introduced in a short period of time to be able to make sense of who they all were The mother has six six children they have friends there's a police officer there's neighbours there's the bad people I couldn't keep them all straight The

  9. says:

    Not much to say about this other than it's a good entertaining read As I think I've said before about this author her writing style reminds me of Martina Cole but with a lot less aggression violence though still with uite a lot of swearing so if you don't like to see the F word in print it's not a book for you though unlike Cole's characters uigley's are likeable A good read a series I continue to follow

  10. says:

    The first of a series of the Seahill Estate books It's just great as I live in Houghton le Spring so know all the locations mentioned in the book Seahill Estate is fictional but the characters are gritty and tough they have depth and find humour in the word t situations In my opinion a great read i could not put the book down Looking forward

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