The Organisation Leaves No Traces

by John Stewart

Crime and Mystery

LoveReading Expert Review of The Organisation Leaves No Traces

An interesting twist on a criminal underworld story.

‘The Organisation Leaves No Traces’ by John Stewart is a collection of 6 crime fiction short stories with an interesting activist twist. Each story centres around some form of noise pollution, inspired by the author’s background, that is left unresolved by the legitimate channels. In desperation, each character finds themselves ensnared by The Organisation, an unscrupulous group that leaves no trace yet offers to step in and handle the issues in exchange for having their own criminal ends met. This collection could hypothetically be read as 6 individual stories, however I’m not sure they would have much of an impact if they were to be read as standalones, especially the final story, which is only one chapter, a couple of pages long, and to me acted as a definite conclusion to the overall plot. You see some of the same characters, in slightly different guises throughout each narrative, and I think it would take reading the book from start to finish to appreciate the entire story arc. An interesting twist on a criminal underworld story. Potentially everyone has experienced disruptive noise that has left them wishing a grim demise on the cause of the noise. Described in the book as “the forgotten pollutant” the reader discovers just how far these characters will go to find a solution to their own struggles. ‘The Organisation Leaves No Traces’ may even leave you asking what you’d be willing to do to put a stop to the noise.

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The Organisation Leaves No Traces Synopsis

Joe was a normal guy with a normal life, dedicated to helping his mother in the family café. But events took an unexpected turn. They led him into the criminal world. But how far was the lad from South Wales prepared to go? How many lives was he willing to put at risk? How ruthless would he become? The only certainty was that The Organisation Leaves No Traces. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_k5XwIXOpKA

About This Edition

ISBN: 9791220115490
Publication date: 3rd December 2021
Author: John Stewart
Publisher: Europe Books
Format: Paperback
Primary Genre Crime and Mystery
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