Life of Crime: The gripping No 1 Sunday Times bestseller

February 8, 2019 - Comment

Sometimes crime does pay, but at what price? **The No.1 Sunday Times bestseller** Some people are made for a life of crime. Jason Rampling is a chancer, and he’ll do anything to give his family a better future – whatever the cost. Melissa didn’t know what she’d let herself in for when she married Jason,

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Sometimes crime does pay, but at what price?

**The No.1 Sunday Times bestseller**

Some people are made for a life of crime.

Jason Rampling is a chancer, and he’ll do anything to give his family a better future – whatever the cost.

Melissa didn’t know what she’d let herself in for when she married Jason, but as the stakes get higher, she gets stronger.

In a game where loyalty is everything, Jason will risk everything for one last roll of the dice. Is a life of crime worth the price?

Some would kill for it . . .

Comments

Anonymous says:

Amazing Wow wow wow. Kimberly does it again. With her previous amazing books you think that nothing would top the Butler/Mitchell books as well as Kimberly ‘s other stories but yet again she has pulled it out of the bag. Totally enthralling and has you turning the pages to see what is going on in the lives of Jason and Mel. Total unexpected twist that has you gobsmacked. I for one didn’t expect the outcome. Another 5 star book by this amazing author.

Anonymous says:

simply the best!! Well worth the wait that i have not even finished it yet but had to write review now!! Amazing story and characters that kimberley has once again proved she is the queen of gangland crime.time for martina to retire..this is the queen!!Ive read all kims books and when the vinnie saga finished i was so sad to know i would not hear from that family again..but now kim brings me these characters and i love her for it! I miss kim in between books that right now i hope shes penning another one…

Anonymous says:

Awful I bought this book (Kindle Edition) on the strength of the words ‘Sunday Times Best selling Author’. Well, it can’t have been for this book. Full of ghastly characters, almost like caricatures. Surely everyone in Essex isn’t a wide-boy, chancer, criminal or gangster (male) or parasitic airhead obsessed with their appearance and spending male’s ill-gotten gains (female). I loathed just about every character in this book, they were all thoroughly nasty and self-obsessed. I shan’t be reading any…

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