Ordinarily Unthinkable

Ordinarily Unthinkable

Genre: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Pages: 
282
£5.59
ISBN:
9781787101654
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Ordinarily Unthinkable by Eddie Mann is the tale of ‘Grant', a man with a mysterious past.
After the senseless deaths of his wife and daughter, Grant seeks revenge on those responsible for this abhorrent act.
Who is responsible and will Grant exact revenge on those who he loved and lost?
Ordinarily Unthinkable is a fast-paced, exciting novel which will have the reader gripped.
Mann

Eddie
Mann

Eddie was born in Stoke in 1963 and has been employed in the Public Sector all his working life. He lives in Northampton with his wife Dawn who he says is his rock.


He is a keen biker and a charity rider with the Armed Forces Bikers. Eddie is also the patron for the charity Milton Keynes Reader Service. When not writing, his spare time is filled by being an unpaid groom for his wife's horse!

Reviews

by
Mark Mitchell
5
Excellent book with a very good and a gripping story line that keeps the readers in suspense. I certainly recommend Ordinarily Unthinkable.
by
Laura Sarjeant
5
I was kindly sent this book by Austin Macauley Publishers in exchange of an honest review. I was so excited when I was approached by the author Eddie Mann asking me if I would review his book as I had it on my list of books that I would like to read. I was certainly not disappointed when I started reading the book,  after being just a few pages in I was hooked and found it extremely difficult to put down. The things that have happened to Grant and what he has done to others are absolutely Ordinarily Unthinkable! The story was action packed and gripping from start to finish, it had aspects of humour and at times brought tears of sadness to my eyes! The details that Eddie explains in this story were at times stomach churning which added more to the atmosphere of the book and made you need to keep turning the pages. I would recommend this book to absolutely everyone it is brilliantly written. I'm personally hoping that there will be a sequal it was honestly that good! NB There is a lot of violence and sexual references in the book so if this isn't your thing be warned before you read it.
by
Neil Tayles
5
Great book and really enjoyed it. A real page turner with unexpected twists and turns!

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