Wrong Place, Wrong Time

Wrong Place, Wrong Time

5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Pages: 
236
£7.99
ISBN:
9781786936271
A London estate agent finds himself on the wrong side of the law one night, leading to the loss of his driving licence, his job and his home. He decides to visit Spain for a change of scenery but gets more than he bargains for when before long, misfortune, circumstance and a degree of stupidity land him in more trouble than that which brought about his downfall back home. One night in Marbella, armed with more Dutch courage than common sense, he rescues two people from a burning hotel, but in the process is falsely accused of arson and manslaughter and thrown in a Spanish jail. ‘Aided' by a UK tabloid journalist, whose sole objective is to create shock headlines, David's gripping real life account has had readers leaving 5* reviews on Amazon in their hundreds. ***** Story sinks its claws into you and doesn't let go. ***** Read many books, but this one tops the lot! ***** Best book I've read in a very long time! ***** It should be a movie! ***** I'm reading it for the third time, it's that good!
David P. Perlmutter

David P.
Perlmutter

David P Perlmutter lives in Hertfordshire, is the proud father of four children and has one grandson. David is very close to his large family. He is also a Campaigns Ambassador for Cancer Research UK. David's second novel Five Weeks catalogues a trip during which he was almost left for dead in a Pennsylvanian wood.

Reviews

by
David Peacock
5
Like many reviews, I just couldn't put this book down. I finished in two days and have recommended this book to many. As I read, I had the picture in my mind. I would love to see this on the big screen or even a series on Netflix or TV. Thumbs up to the author and now onto his other books, Five Weeks and 24 Hours In New York.
by
Laura Sarjeant
5
Wow, where do I start? reading this book made me want to shout at David but hug him at the same time! how could someone who seemed to have everything throw it all away with one very stupid mistake. Then, just as you think he has got his life back on track he decides to go and be a hero. He ends up getting accused of arson and manslaughter! He's just the unluckiest guy in the world who really was in the wrong place at the wrong time! It's very honest descriptions of his unfortunate events is what keeps you turning the pages and makes the book impossible to put down. I am left with a lot of questions after finishing the book. what happened after he got back to London? Did he ever have to go back to Spain? Did he ever see Emma or Rosa again? this doesn't mean the book has a bad ending, it shows that David has really connected with his readers. If you enjoy true stories about nice guys who make silly choices then this is the perfect book for you. Even if you don't normally read this type of book I encourage you to read this one, you will not be disappointed!
by
Simon Reid
5
I was recommended this book and also seen it at my local Waterstones where I purchased the book and I'm so pleased that I became aware of this book as it is my BOOK OF THE YEAR so far and I have read many this year. I was gripped from the first page, I was taken in by he story and I was with the author right until the end. I can understand why this book is receiving many plaudits around the world. I am now looking on Amazon to download his author books and can't wait to read them. 5/5*****

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