Jason has had his son, his security and now his job stolen from him. Consumed by bitterness at the injustice of it all, he needs to work out if he really wants to get even – when someone offers to help him do just that.
If The Queensberry Rule was a film, think The Firm meets Falling Down meets Fight Club.
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What Readers are saying:
The suspense is lifted again and again as Jason’s suburban life becomes out of
control one small step at a time. I found my stomach tightening as I wondered
how easily I would fall into the same traps. Unexpected twists keep the reader
guessing until the end.
What a fantastic read! Once I started I couldn’t put it down….. It had the
intrigue, complexity and suspense of a novel like “The Firm” yet the characters
and plot were incredibly contemporary. Very thought provoking in terms of the
potential of social media to change the fortunes of people and corporations.
A great read that explores issues of justice, revenge and fair-play in the
complexity of everyday life. Characters develop well and can be easily
identified with. Was a difficult book to put down…loved it!
At times I felt I was amidst a James Bond movie or a John le Carre tale with all the threat and paranoia.
I was physically tired at the end of the read and want to read the last couple of chapters (or maybe the whole thing) again.
A gripping tale of justice, selfishness, fabrication and redemption. Good interweaving of Wilde with the narrative, evocative symbolism and an appropriately named blonde-haired bad-guy. Thumbs up!!
A fast-paced thriller with gripping storyline. A great read that I found difficult to put down.
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