The Cop Detective Sergeant Brant is tough and uncompromising, as sleazy and ruthless as the villains he's out to get. While his violent methods may be questionable, Brant always gets results. The Killer: a psychopath has started a killing spree across London. Calling himself 'The Blitz', his weapon of choice is a workman's hammer. And his victims ...
The Cop Detective Sergeant Brant is tough and uncompromising, as sleazy and ruthless as the villains he's out to get. While his violent methods may be questionable, Brant always gets results. The Killer: a psychopath has started a killing spree across London. Calling himself 'The Blitz', his weapon of choice is a workman's hammer. And his victims are all cops. The Target: the police squad are desperate to catch the killer before he catches up with them. And Brant is top of his list...
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Publishers Weekly, 2004-05-31 Fans of Irish author Ken Bruen will find the same poetic spareness and jaded romanticism in Blitz, an entry in his series about the South East London police squad, that mark the Edgar finalist's better-known Jack Taylor series (The Guards, etc.). In this intelligent, uncompromising hard-boiled crime novel, published in the U.K. in 2002, Det. Sergeant Brant and his beleaguered colleagues must contend with a serial killer nicknamed "The Blitz" who's targeting cops all over London. Agent, Marianne Gunn O'Connor. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Publishers Weekly, 2003-04-07 In Blitz: Or... Brant Hits the Blues, Irish author Ken Bruen's follow-up to his White Trilogy (Forecasts, Feb. 3), a vicious serial killer starts going after cops. As if Brant and the other burnt-out members of the South East London police squad didn't have enough problems. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
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