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Woodcutter by Shaun Baines - a review

Book details :

Genre : Fiction / crime
Publisher : Thistle Publishing, UK
Pub date : June 7, 2018
ISBN : 9781786080677
Paperback : 290 pages

Book description :
A gritty, contemporary crime thriller set in Newcastle Upon Tyne. 
Some family trees are meant to fall....
On the run from his criminal family, Daniel Dayton returns home to Newcastle Upon Tyne when his abandoned daughter is attacked.

But his family have problems of their own. Targeted by a brutal mercenary, their empire is destined to be destroyed should Daniel refuse to help. Betrayed by his parents, despised by his brother, in love with his sister-in-law. Home has become a dangerous place to be.
Daniel wants his daughter safe. And he wants his revenge, but in the shadowy streets of Newcastle, things are never what they seem.

My review
Woodcutter by Shaun Baines is a dark and incredibly twisted drama that details the workings of the Newcastle based Dayton criminal empire. The protagonist of the story is Daniel Dayton, the quintessential b…

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