The Good Life

by Martina Cole

Books of the Month - <b>July</b> Crime / Mystery eBooks of the Month Thriller and Suspense

LoveReading View on The Good Life

June 2015 Book of the Month.

The Good Life is an audacious, irresistible love story snuggling up to a ferocious crime drama. Unless you've not read a Martina Cole novel before, you should know exactly what you're going to get; crime, scandal, offensive language, violence and a completely enthralling read. Cain Moran is coming out of prison after 25 years, he's big, he's bad and he's still in love with Jenny Riley; will he step back into his place in the criminal underworld, will his ex-wife finally lay their past to rest and will Jenny still be waiting for him? With short punchy sentences and concise dynamic chapters, the four books contained within this novel follow on ten years from each other, from 1979 through to 2008. Cole doesn't condone the violence contained within her novels, she is very matter of fact and has a gift for being able to show the human, normal, everyday side of her characters. ‘The Good Life’ has heart and soul and is a fabulously energetic, gripping read. ~ Liz Robinson

Liz Robinson

The Good Life Synopsis

Cain Moran wanted Jenny Riley more than he had ever wanted anyone or anything before in his life. But loving Jenny Riley was the easy part; it was telling his wife he wanted a divorce that was going to be the killer...Jenny is not just any girl. She cares nothing for Cain's hard-man reputation - she just wants to be with him. But Cain is not a free man. And he's about to find out that when his wife Caroline said 'til death us do part, she meant it. When Cain is sentenced to life in prison it seems that Caroline might have got her wish. All Cain and Jenny know is that if their love can survive such separation, then one day they will have a chance at the Good Life together again. But there are greater trials ahead than either can foresee. They're about to learn the hardest lesson of all: LIVE THE GOOD LIFE. PAY THE PRICE.

The Good Life Press Reviews

'A blinding good read' Ray Winstone

 

'Intensely readable' Guardian

 

'An extraordinarily powerful piece of family drama' Daily Mirror

 

'Gritty novel from an author who knows intimately the world she writes about' Express

 

'Her gripping plots pack a mean emotional punch' Mail on Sunday

 

'Cole has the amazing talent of making characters appear larger than life' Sun

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ISBN: 9781472200976
Publication date: 21/05/2015
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing an imprint of Headline Publishing Group
Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781472200952
Publication date: 09/10/2014
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing an imprint of Headline Publishing Group
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781472200976
Publication date: 21st May 2015
Author: Martina Cole
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing an imprint of Headline Publishing Group
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 528 pages
Genres: Books of the Month, Crime / Mystery, eBook Favourites, Thriller / Suspense,
Categories: Crime & mystery,

About Martina Cole

Martina Cole is the acknowledged queen of crime drama with more than twenty novels to her name, of which over a dozen have been No.1 bestsellers.Several of Martina's novels have been adapted for the screen, including The Take and The Runaway which were shown on Sky 1 to remarkable reviews. In addition, Two Women and The Graft have been adapted for the stage; both were highly acclaimed when performed at the Theatre Royal Stratford East, which also staged Dangerous Lady in 2012, celebrating twenty years since Martina's debut novel was published.Martina Cole is a phenomenon. She continues to smash sales ...

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