Dread Mr Madden, Dickens Enthusiast, Muses With His Beautiful And Bohemian Prisoner On Possible Endings To The Famous Author S Unfinished Final Mystery She Is Captivating And Captive, But Interested In His Background Than Spilling Her OwnMr Madden, Spy, Infiltrates A Far Right Nationalist Group In Order To Set Up The Thugs For Something Far Serious Than Their Usual Boozy Street Fights But He S Not The Only One Interested In Their WorkMr Madden, Serial Killer, Sculpts His Candidates Into Bizarre And Macabre Artworks Within The Bare Walls Of His Dungeon WorkshopAnd If He Is To Keep One Step Ahead Of The Police, The Secret Service And His Own Gory Instincts, Mr Madden Is Going To Have To Find The Answer To The One Question That Hangs Over All Our Heads What Would Charles Dickens Do Praise For The Work Of Mark Ramsden Delightful Maxim Jakubowski, The Guardian Agreeably Distasteful The Sunday Times A Baroque And Uproarious Parody Of Every Genre You Could Think Of You Ll Laugh Along Till Your Piercings Ache Time Out Witty And Absolutely Hilarious Stuff Deliciously Dark Desire Weird But Great Front An Excellent Novel Very, Very,very Funny Headpress Lashings Of Humour, Generally Of A Hue Blacker Than A Thigh High Leather Boot Big IssueNumber Thirteen Press Is Building A List OfQuality Crime Novellas, Published Over Consecutive Months, On The Th Of Each Month

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➜ [Epub] ❧ Dread  By Mark Ramsden ➦ – Uc0.info
  • ebook
  • Dread
  • Mark Ramsden
  • 07 July 2017

3 thoughts on “Dread

  1. says:

    Synopsis blurb.Mr Madden, Dickens enthusiast, muses with his beautiful and bohemian prisoner on possible endings to the famous author s unfinished final mystery Mr Madden, spy, infiltrates a far right nationalist group in order to set up the thugs for something far serious than their usual boozy street fights Mr Madden, serial killer, sculpts his Candidates into bizarre and macabre artworks within the bare walls of his dungeon workshop.And if he is to keep one step ahead of the police, the secret service and his own gory instincts, Mr Madden is going to have to find the answer to the one question that hangs over all our heads What would Charles Dickens do My take.A short book read approximately three weeks ago, so some precied thoughts, before memory dims any further.Another one from the Number 13 canon and a slightly strange tale featuring twisted grief, Dickens, Edwin Drood, dungeons, Rochester, than a splash of torture, revenge, murder, prostitution, drug use, some kinky sex, undercover espionage, a couple of coppers Oh and a rather unlikely romance.I was scratching my head at the beginning, particularly with the frequent references to Dickens unfinished work By the end I was loving life Strange, macabre, funny, clever, riveting, off beat, graphic, violent, bizarre. you just have to kick back and go where the author takes you.I didn t necessarily warm to Madden our main character, but in Ramsden s hands he s never less than entertaining and interesting company His captive turned companion seemed to think so.Dread was my first taste of Mark Ramsden s work and I d be interested in any further adventures with our Mr Madden should he dish out a follow up I m probably not minded to visit his earlier novels though.4 from 5Read in July, 2018Published 2015Page count 130Source review copy received from publisherFormat kindleDread has been recently republished along with the other Number 13 Press titles by Fahrenheit Presshttps col2910.blogspot.com 2018 08

  2. says:

    It s a tough job being a spy AND a serial killer What with his chief spook boss demanding results, the chav Candidate number 9 spending what is left of his miserable life trussed up in a coffin while Mr Madden contemplates his captive s excruciatingly painful end, plus the lippy strumpet in the cage giving our hero earache AND the hots such grief leaves the poor guy hardly enough time to score his next ketamine hit This is a laugh out loud, erudite, sly, blood and gore soaked evisceration of an England we would prefer to pretend does not exist, with a series of cut throat observations and knock out one liners that would make even the best political satirist weep with envy A set of finely tuned characters tread the boards in a horrifyingly amusing, twisted, sex n drugs crazed examination of vengeance both personal and state sanctioned Oh yes, and did I mention that it s a love story

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