Beyond The Rage

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  • Paperback
  • 330 pages
  • Beyond The Rage
  • Michael J. Malone
  • English
  • 11 April 2017
  • 1908643706

About the Author: Michael J. Malone

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Beyond The Rage Even though he s a successful criminal, Glasgow villain Kenny O Neill is angry Not only has his high class prostitute girlfriend just been attacked, but his father is reaching out to him from the past despite abandoning Kenny as a child after his mother s suicide Kenny is now on a dual mission to hunt down his girl s attacker and find out the truth about his father but instead he unravels disturbing family secrets and finds that revenge is not always sweet An intelligent, violent thriller shot through with dark humour, Beyond the Rage enthralls and disturbs in equal measure With an intricate plot, all too believable characters and perfectly pitched dialogue, this is a masterclass in psychological crime fiction writing. Best Read Books Beyond The Rage author Michael J. Malone – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Beyond The Rage

  1. Liz Barnsley says:

    An immensely readable thriller from Michael J Malone here, both exciting and often very funny, a bit of a dark heart and some terrific characters.Kenny O Neill is a bad guy Except actually he s very likeable Plus you don t really want to get him mad I loved him and for me this was what made the novel, I was rooting for him all the way as he tries to track down the culprit who attacked his girlfriend, at the same time unravelling family secrets.This is delightfully crafted, keeping you hooked An immensely readable thriller from Michael J Malone here, both exciting and often very funny, a bit of a dark heart and some terrific characters.Kenny O Neill is a bad guy Except actually he s very likeable Plus you don t really want to get him mad I loved him and for me this was what made the novel, I was rooting for him all the way as he tries to track down the culprit who attacked his girlfriend, at the same time unravelling family secrets.This is delightfully crafted, keeping you hooked into the story the sense of place is fantastic, Mr Malone br...

  2. Noelle says:

    I bought this book when it was first released but unfortunately due to my ever growing To Be Read pile it sort of got buried Well shame on me This book was absolutely phenomenal and I smacked my hand for letting it get lost on my kindle.Kenny is a character I have come across before in the author s McBain series a great series by the way We get to know a lotabout him in this book He really grows...

  3. Gordon Mcghie says:

    I loved this story of a Glasgow gangster showing ahuman side Beyond The Rage is a brilliant read the characters are well realised, expertly utilised and the story is gripping I have no qualms over scoring it 5 5, it s an absolute gem.Extract from a...

  4. Craig Sisterson says:

    Glaswegian author Michael J Malone s prose is onyx unique and glittering in its darkness While journalism is a common background for crime writers, Malone has 200 published poems to his name, and that rare talent for language bleeds into his storytelling in this noir ish tale.Kenny O Neill is both hero and villain a likeable criminal at the core of this exquisite thriller A Glaswegian gangster capable of brutality, but with a degree of heart and sort of moral compass, whose rage powers a Glaswegian author Michael J Malone s prose is onyx unique and glittering in its darkness While journalism is a common background for crime writers, Malone has 200 published poems to ...

  5. Maggie Craig says:

    Disclosure Michael J Malone is a good friend and colleague As an author myself, I have a self imposed rule that I don t review friends books It can be an ethical minefield I am now going to break that rule.Reason for this is that Beyond the Rage is such a bloody good read This is Glasgow set tartan noir with emotional depth, humour and heart It s robust stuff in terms of sex and violence, both honestly depicted, but that depth, humour and heart run through the story, adding hope and spark Disclosure Michael J Malone is a good friend and colleague As an author myself, I have a self imposed rule that I don t review friends books It can be an ethical minefield I am now going to break that rule.Reason for this is that Beyond the Rage is such a bloody good read This is Glasgow set tartan noir with emotional depth, humour and heart It s robust stuff in terms of sex and violence, both honestly depicted, but that depth, humour and heart run through the story, adding hope and sparkle ...

  6. David Gilchrist says:

    A grim a gritty novel set in Glasgow, lightened with some humour The story of a Glasgow badman searching for his father.

  7. Sarah says:

    I think this is another book that was good, just not my style Kenny was a likeable character, but I didn t feel any real connection to him I also felt like there were far too many irrelevant characters that were difficult to keep track of Plenty of scenes are filled with Kenny talking to someone who does nothing to advance the actual plot The sto...

  8. NarniaGirl says:

    Received through GoodReads First Reads for reviewing thank you.I have to confess this has been sitting on my shelf for some time and I regret not have read it sooner I was surprised at how good this was I like Kenny Yes, he s a criminal but he has a good hear...

  9. Sandra says:

    For the first few pages this teetered on the edge of overly blokey for my personal taste, but then the character of Kenny O Neill, and the need to find outabout his several dilemmas, took hold and the story fairly cracked along, with enough hea...

  10. Linda Wright says:

    A likeable villain in a world of harsh realities and retribution Even though he s a successful criminal, Glasgow villain Kenny O Neill is angry Not only has his high class escort girlfriend just been attacked, but his father is reaching out to him from the past despite abandoning Kenny as a child after his mother s suicide Kenny is now on a dual mission to hunt down his girl s attacker and find out the truth about his father but instead he unravels disturbing family secrets and finds that A likeable villain in a world of harsh realities and retribution Even though he s a successful criminal, Glasgow villain Kenny O Neill is angry Not only has his high class escort girlfriend just been attacked, but his father is reaching out to him from the past despite abandoning Kenny as a child after his mother s suicide Kenny is now on a dual mission to hunt down his girl s attacker and find out the truth about his father but instead he unravels disturbing family secrets and finds that revenge is not always sweet This is the third book in Malone s successful McBain series, but this time DI McBain s pal, Kenny O Neill, is the central character Malone s writing style is fluid and compelling, Kenny is a likeable villain and the reader is drawn into the seedy underworld that is Kenny s life Malone creates conflict, and introduces just enough information for you to feel sure that you know what is happening, while feeding you enough misdirection for you to miss...