Review: Malice by Hugh Fraser

A rare quiet day so am making the most of it and doing some blogging.

I have very recently finished Malice by Hugh Fraser – ‘Malice’ is book 3 in the bestselling Rina Walker series, following ‘Harm’ and ‘Threat’. London 1964. Gang warfare is breaking out and Rina Walker’s struggle to survive amid the battles and betrayals of a gruesome cast of racketeers and gangsters requires all her considerable skills as an assassin. Playing one side off against the other to protect those she loves, Rina is caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse where her life is just one of many at stake…

Malice (Rina Walker Book 3) by [Fraser, Hugh]

My Thoughts

Loved both Harm and Threat and have been looking forward to the release of Malice for quite some time.

This is a fabulous read and the best of the series so far in my humble opinion.

Great scene setting, locations extremely well described, and a superb story. And I have extreme admiration for Rina – misplaced possibly but she is quite a character and her life is one I enjoy reading about enormously.

There is something that sets this series apart from others I have read on similar topics, possibly the grit, realism and overall quality of the writing as it stands out as a brilliant series and I look forward to reading more by Hugh Fraser in the future.


5 sheep rating


Talking of Hugh Fraser, back he July 2016 he very kindly took part in a Q and A for the blog and should you be interested in learning more about this very interesting author and famous actor, you can do so here.






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