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11,000 miles away in New Zealand a Senator and his son witness the London Riots of August 2011 on live TV. Suddenly in the midst of the carnage there appears a familiar face, a man who wrecked their family and murdered a much loved mother. When the ‘All Blacks’ former Captain, Ben Fogarty, flies to London to see justice done he uncovers a family secret that had laid hidden for thirty years and which undermines everything he believed about his parenthood. Battling against London gangsters and teenaged rioters Ben tries to protect his family but he soon finds that life in London is tougher and more dangerous than any rugby field. J Jackson Bentley’s third City of London Thriller is contemporary, gritty and believable, it concludes with gut wrenching twist at around 95,000 words.

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Fogarty: A City of London Thriller
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May 31st, 2015
I have read a lot of his books and I always want to look for more. This book is upto his usual high standard.
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Great Thriller
February 23rd, 2015
Very well written. Difficult to put down. Lots of twists. J Jackson Bentley keeps up a gripping pace. Lots of technical legal stuff which adds to the suspense.
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Fogarty, a city of london thriller
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July 30th, 2013
Excellent book - keeps you gripped to the end.
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