What’s not too love about Terms of Restitution? Not a single thing!
We’ve rounded up the reviews for Terms of Restitution (so far!). What a great response. Thank you all!
‘A rollicking rollercoaster of violence, misplaced loyalties and some very unexpected interventions that combine to produce one of the most satisfying gangland thrillers of the year’ – Irish Independent
‘Meyrick’s breaking the mould with the latest offering straight out of the underworld of Paisley and the gritty streets of London’ – Sunday Post
‘A winning combination of fisticuffs and philosophy’– Mark Sanderson, Times and Sunday Times Crime Club
‘This gritty, gripping gangland stand-alone crime thriller from the author of the bestselling DCI Daley series, is a wild ride you won’t want to miss.’ – LoveReading eBook of the month, staff pick and expert review
‘Dark humour has helped to make his thrillers world famous’ – Times interview, Magnus Linklater
‘This Glasgow and Paisley-set gangland thriller would make a great TV series’ – Scotland on Sunday
‘An enjoyable and fast paced thriller/crime novel that leaves its readers almost as breathless as it leaves many of its characters, though in a rather different way’ – Undiscovered Scotland
‘This one isn’t to be missed… it’s brilliant!’ – Waterstones Falkirk
‘I loved this. It’s addictive, beautifully constructed, and a wild and sometimes surprising ride through a gangland that is both believable and utterly gripping’ – LiveAndDeadly
‘Another corker from Mr Meyrick… oooh, this author gets better and better. A brilliant, at times terrifying, story of ganglands, revenge, and how hard it is to escape the life of crime. As ever superb characters and believable plots make this a must read’ – Waterstones bookseller, Horsham branch
‘Powerful, plausible and utterly gripping… ’ – FIVE STAR REVIEW, Waterstones and Amazon customer
‘Fast paced, brutal and brilliant… Crime writing at its best’ – Amazon customer
‘The author has produced a first class thriller that is as much character driven as its content of action and violence’ Good Reads – FIVE STAR REVIEW
Many more lovely words on Good Reads, Amazon and Waterstones sites and of course a lovely, lovely article on Southend in The Herald, an interview in the Sunday Mail and one in Books from Scotland and an early mention in the trade magazine, The Bookseller. What a month! We’re off to a great start.