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The body of a young City lawyer is discovered on an East London building site assaulted and brutally murdered Initial enuiries lead DI Simon Fenchurch to a driver employed by Travis a controversial new app based cab company Within days another wo. I love this series With out giving away too much; I am glad to see some conclusions lots of possibilities Please sir May we have another Looking forward to the next one

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Man a Travis driver is found murderedAs the body count goes up DI Fenchurch and his colleagues on the East London Major Investigation Team delve into the crimes and unveil a murky conspiracy that some will do anything to keep hiddenWhen familiar. DI Simon Fenchurch is called to the scene of an assaulted brutally murdered young lawyer While Fenchurch his team investigate the murder they are lead to Travis an app based cab company There is a lot of controversy surrounding Travis with the regular cabbies of London The body count keeps going up Fenchurch receive personal threats telling him to back off his investigation While Fenchurch uestions people of interest regarding the case he starts to see a familiar pattern immerge that closes resembles what happened to his kidnapped daughter What he uncovers is answers to what may have happened to his daughter that she could still be alive When all the evidence leads them to what motivated the killings an ugly truth it brought to light many powerful important men fall in the processThis third installment of the DI Simon Fenchurch series is both suspenseful thrilling While Fenchurch is working to move beyond his daughter’s kidnapping start a new chapter in his life with his wife his current case drags him back into the past with full force He struggles to maintain the promises he has made to his wife the lure of being given answers to uestions that have haunted him for years So far I’ve truly enjoyed this series look forward to stories in DI Fenchurch his teamI voluntarily reviewed a Net Galley Copy of the book

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Faces begin to emerge from the shadows Fenchurch realises this case is personal than he’d thought Could he finally be on the brink of solving the mystery that has dogged him for over a decade who abducted his daughter Chloe and where is she now. DI Simon Fennchurch returns in master story teller Ed James' stunning suspense thriller What Doesn't Kill You This third extraordinary Fennchurch tale is a non stop action packed emotional and hard hitting story that twists turns without mercy As the story evolves it very difficult to imagine the situations Fennchurch ends up having to endure Working out of the London Met Fennchurch is investigating the murder of lawyer Victoria Brooklehurst She seems to have been murdered after getting a ride in a Travis cab on her way home Her body left with no ID was found strangled and dumped away from where her murder must have taken place Victoria works for the law offices of Ogden Makepiece known to be ambulance chasing lawyers Managing partner Gerald Ogden is also Victoria's godfather Travis is the new app that's winning the taxi cab wars in London However Fennchurch a bit of a loose cannon and is very rarely backed up by his superiors DCI Jason Bell is no fan of Fennchurch and his outside the lines approach Even Abigail Abi Fennchurch Simon's long suffering wife gets exacerbated with Simon and his job Married then separated for a time before getting back together with Simon Abi is usually at her wits end The Fennchurch's daughter Chloe now missing for eleven years is the emotional wall keeping them at odds When Cassie McBride is shot and killed by a gunman who walks up to her sitting in a car will then turn Fennchurch's case on a dime Meanwhile the prime suspect in Victoria's murder is arrested but murdered in his jail cell Fennchurch and his team now realize one or cops are dirty in this whole Travis scheme The story twists again when local crime boss Frank Flick Knife Blunden is dying of cancer but ends up murdered Fennchurch is floored when finding his father Ian drunk out his mind knife in hand at Blunden's house Ian is fitted with a very tight frame on the Blunden killing and Simon is his only hope This faced paced heart palpitating story seems to twist and turn with each new chapter At almost 400 sizzling pages this one is beyond difficult to put down I read the last 150 pages overnight in the wee hours determined to see how conclusion would come together Author Ed James' Simon Fennchurch is not nearly as captivating as his Scott Cullen series but that's not a bad thing Author Ed James has a uniue ability to create some really unusual characters in his books The bad guys always seem to come off bigger than life as the protagonist must rise up to battle the evil that lurks I've learned a lot with regard at how the police are classified in their ranks DS DC DCI DI ect I must say I marval at author Ed James unparalleled ability to allow his protagonists to mock and maintain a certain disdain for the chain of command Ed James proves book after book to be a master story teller What Doesn't Kill You gets five stars out of a possible five stars Too bad I couldn't rate it higher This third Simon Fennchurch is a mesmerizing tale far superior to the first two book of series Highly recommended as do not miss Ed James Simon Fennchurch series We need a new Scott Cullen book soon Psychoanalytic Case Formulation to emerge from Red Sun the shadows Fenchurch realises Uncle Sam (Short) this case is personal Nine Book Three: The Rise of the Kalingan than he’d Nonalignment 2.0: A Foreign & Strategic Policy for India in the 21st Century (A Foreign and Strategic Policy) thought Could he finally be on Rebels in Rajasthan (Adventures of the Flying Jharokha) the brink of solving Red Sun the mystery Dance Like a Man: A Stage Play in Two Acts that has dogged him for over a decade who abducted his daughter Chloe and where is she now. 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10 thoughts on “What Doesn't Kill You

  1. says:

    This is the 3rd book in the DI Fenchurch series by Ed James and another solid read As previously said on here 5 stars does not give you chance to fully identify how good a book is and to me 3 stars can be a good readIn this 3rd book a body of a young City lawyer is discovered on a London building site assaulted and brutally murdered DI Simon Fenchurch suspicions are drawn to a driver employed by a new cab company called Travis Shortly after another woman who is herself a Travis driver is found murderedWhen DI Fenchurch investigate the crimes they unveil a conspiracy that some people will do anything to keep hiddenAnother solid book in a series I am enjoying and will continue to read


  2. says:

    What Doesn't Kill You was an enjoyable crime thriller with an intriguing plot and some great development on a thread that runs through all the books in the seriesWhen a young lawyer is found assaulted and murdered DI Simon Fenchurch and his team are assigned to the case Shortly after the case leads them to a ride sharing company called Travis a driver for Travis is found dead The Simon and his team look into this case the it becomes clear a conspiracy is at the heart of things that someone is willing to do anything to keep hidden When a lead sends Simon down a path toward information about his missing daughter Chloe Simon will have to decide just how far he's willing to go to find out what happened to herSimon continues to be a man who struggles with following the rules When Simon finds a lead on a case he wants to follow it conseuences be damned In a world where office politics play a key role his approach is one that definitely doesn't endear him to others I admire Simon's dedication even if I think he goes a bit far at times If anyone close to him becomes involved Simon loses his head and acts without thinking At times it surprises me that he still has a job or is in charge of a team but I suppose it wouldn't do if he was sidelined although he comes close several timesWe see the return of several side characters from previous books including most of Simon's colleagues I still had issues with Simon's boss and the way he handled Simon's behavior but at this point I'm becoming used to his rough attitude My favorite of Simon's colleagues is definitely DS Kay Reed and I think she's one of the best assets on his team Members of Simon's family return and play key roles in a few of the plot lines in this bookThere are three major cases that Simon works on in What Doesn't Kill You and all three were very well done and uite interesting The author does an amazing job tying characters from different cases together and everything was so well connected I was constantly on the look out to see how a new case would end up relating to the previous crimes and I was never disappointed I was happy to see development on Chloe's case and was uite pleased to have some answers after several books What Doesn't Kill You ended up being my favorite book in the DI Fenchurch series so far and I'm looking forward to the next book coming out soon I'd definitely recommend these books if you're a fan of British police procedurals I received a copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review


  3. says:

    I love this series With out giving away too much; I am glad to see some conclusions lots of possibilities Please sir May we have another Looking forward to the next one


  4. says:

    DI Simon Fenchurch is called to the scene of an assaulted brutally murdered young lawyer While Fenchurch his team investigate the murder they are lead to Travis an app based cab company There is a lot of controversy surrounding Travis with the regular cabbies of London The body count keeps going up Fenchurch receive personal threats telling him to back off his investigation While Fenchurch uestions people of interest regarding the case he starts to see a familiar pattern immerge that closes resembles what happened to his kidnapped daughter What he uncovers is answers to what may have happened to his daughter that she could still be alive When all the evidence leads them to what motivated the killings an ugly truth it brought to light many powerful important men fall in the processThis third installment of the DI Simon Fenchurch series is both suspenseful thrilling While Fenchurch is working to move beyond his daughter’s kidnapping start a new chapter in his life with his wife his current case drags him back into the past with full force He struggles to maintain the promises he has made to his wife the lure of being given answers to uestions that have haunted him for years So far I’ve truly enjoyed this series look forward to stories in DI Fenchurch his teamI voluntarily reviewed a Net Galley Copy of the book


  5. says:

    Finished reading April 12th 2017 Remind me why I do this job again? Because when you stop hitting your head against the brick wall there's a surge of relief A copy of this book was kindly provided to me by Netgalley and Thomas Mercer in exchange for an honest review Thank you view spoilerI read the first two books of this detective series last year and enjoyed them so it was an easy decision to reuest a copy of the third book as well I was looking forward to another entertaining and intense ride but found myself struggling to get a proper feel for the story instead Like in the first two books What Doesn't Kill You starts right in the middle of the action but I had a hard time connecting to the story this time Part of the problem was the excessive use of 'colorful' language I don't mind a bit of swearing if it adds something to the story in fact it didn't bother me in the first two books but I felt the swearing crossed the line of tolerance in What Doesn't Kill You DI Fenchurch started to annoy me as well even though the case itself is uite interesting In the second half of this third book the pace picked up considerably and the story became a lot intense and easier to enjoy You will definitely have to prepare yourself for some very shocking plot twists I'm not sure everything about the plot is exactly credible though and it also felt like too much action and too many plot twists were sueezed together in the final part Overall I guess I feel the 'spark' of the previous two books is missing I'm not sure what I feel about the ending either although at least it doesn't end with a big cliffhanger this timeWARNING Possible spoilers Please don’t read this summary if you haven’t read the first two books of this series yet I’ll keep the summary super short but it’s impossible to keep it completely spoiler freeWhen the body of a young lawyer is discovered on an East London building site the investigation initially leads DI Simon Fenchurch to a driver employed by a new app based cab company called Travis The woman was assaulted and brutally murdered and the team struggles to find something truly solid on the suspect Then another woman is found murdered close to where she lives and she turns out to be a Travis driver Are the two cases connected? And what has Travis have to do with all of it? Something a lot bigger than just the two murders seems to be going onI was looking forward to this third DI Fenchurch book but I can't say it exactly lived up to expectations While I struggled to get a proper connection to the story in the first part the second half of the story felt almost rushed at points and there was just too much going on Sure some very shocking revelations are made and there is no lack of action especially in the second half but I don't think What Doesn't Kill You is actually as good as the first two books Such a shame I'm going to keep my fingers crossed book four will restore my faith in this series hide spoiler


  6. says:

    DI Simon Fenchurch and his partner DS Kay Hooper are on night shift and assigned to attend a debate about a new Uber type cab company London cabbies are not at all pleased and massed outside the debate site No wonder as London cabbies have to undergo rigorous education and certification on the Knowledge; encyclopedic knowledge of London and all its highways and byways So why should this upstart company with drivers who are not reuired to have licenses be allowed to operate? The appearance of Lord Ingham a longtime Conservative Party operative with some very right wing views ratchets up the potential for violence When the situation devolves into a riot Simon is the one who saves his life From the debate Fenchurch and Hooper are called to the scene of the brutal murder of a young City lawyer at a construction site the worlds of the new Travis company Lord Ingham and a pedophile sex trafficking ring collide with multiplying bodies and a brutal betrayal Just as in the previous two Fenchurch novels the abduction of Fenchurch's young daughter Chloe a decade before underlies the story Simon and his wife Abi have managed to make some accommodation for the loss of Chloe and are even expecting another child But Simon will never give up on finding out what happened to Chloe and neither will his retired policeman father Liam The present case seems to have a connection to Chloe So will Simon and Abi finally get answers and will they be the answers they want?What Doesn't Kill You is another high action ride through the mean traffic and construction clogged streets of East London Simon Fenchurch is one of the most driven police officers in today's crime fiction and he has little regard for rules and regulations when he is on the case Once you start a Fenchurch novel it is very hard to put downThanks to Thomas Mercer and NetGalley for an advance digital copy The opinions above are my ownRATING 4 Stars


  7. says:

    This book really needs you to have read the previous 2 books I enjoyed it much less the plot is chaotic and not well developed as the eleven year search for their daughter intertwines with the two murders linked with an Uber style taxi firm


  8. says:

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Thomas Mercer for an advance copy of What Doesn't Kill You the third novel in the DI Simon FenchurchThe novel opens with Fenchurch and his sidekick DS Kay Reed attending in an advisory capacity a debate about a new web based taxi service called Travis and saving one of the debaters Lord Gilbert Ingham from a knife attack They do not have time to hang about as they have to go and investigate a murder where a young professional woman has been stabbed and dumped on a building site That's the first two chapters and the action and intrigue don't let up until the last pageWhat a read I started and couldn't put it down until I'd finished and now I'm in withdrawal It is difficult to discuss the plot without spoilers but Fenchurch takes a major step forward in his hunt for his daughter Chloe who was kidnapped 11 years previously and along the way there is a high body count plenty of action and a storyline filled with twists and turns If you are looking for a high octane read this is the book for youSimon Fenchurch is a driven man He is desperate to find Chloe but he no longer broods over it as he did in previous novels I think he is well drawn because Mr James does a sterling job of conveying his desperation panic and sense of helplessness when things don't go his way and his determination to get the information he needs He is a bit unhinged and violent in this novel but it makes him all the humanWhat Doesn't Kill You is an excellent thriller I won't say procedural because Fenchurch has ripped up the rule book and I have no hesitation in recommending it as such


  9. says:

    DI Simon Fennchurch returns in master story teller Ed James' stunning suspense thriller What Doesn't Kill You This third extraordinary Fennchurch tale is a non stop action packed emotional and hard hitting story that twists turns without mercy As the story evolves it very difficult to imagine the situations Fennchurch ends up having to endure Working out of the London Met Fennchurch is investigating the murder of lawyer Victoria Brooklehurst She seems to have been murdered after getting a ride in a Travis cab on her way home Her body left with no ID was found strangled and dumped away from where her murder must have taken place Victoria works for the law offices of Ogden Makepiece known to be ambulance chasing lawyers Managing partner Gerald Ogden is also Victoria's godfather Travis is the new app that's winning the taxi cab wars in London However Fennchurch a bit of a loose cannon and is very rarely backed up by his superiors DCI Jason Bell is no fan of Fennchurch and his outside the lines approach Even Abigail Abi Fennchurch Simon's long suffering wife gets exacerbated with Simon and his job Married then separated for a time before getting back together with Simon Abi is usually at her wits end The Fennchurch's daughter Chloe now missing for eleven years is the emotional wall keeping them at odds When Cassie McBride is shot and killed by a gunman who walks up to her sitting in a car will then turn Fennchurch's case on a dime Meanwhile the prime suspect in Victoria's murder is arrested but murdered in his jail cell Fennchurch and his team now realize one or cops are dirty in this whole Travis scheme The story twists again when local crime boss Frank Flick Knife Blunden is dying of cancer but ends up murdered Fennchurch is floored when finding his father Ian drunk out his mind knife in hand at Blunden's house Ian is fitted with a very tight frame on the Blunden killing and Simon is his only hope This faced paced heart palpitating story seems to twist and turn with each new chapter At almost 400 sizzling pages this one is beyond difficult to put down I read the last 150 pages overnight in the wee hours determined to see how conclusion would come together Author Ed James' Simon Fennchurch is not nearly as captivating as his Scott Cullen series but that's not a bad thing Author Ed James has a uniue ability to create some really unusual characters in his books The bad guys always seem to come off bigger than life as the protagonist must rise up to battle the evil that lurks I've learned a lot with regard at how the police are classified in their ranks DS DC DCI DI ect I must say I marval at author Ed James unparalleled ability to allow his protagonists to mock and maintain a certain disdain for the chain of command Ed James proves book after book to be a master story teller What Doesn't Kill You gets five stars out of a possible five stars Too bad I couldn't rate it higher This third Simon Fennchurch is a mesmerizing tale far superior to the first two book of series Highly recommended as do not miss Ed James Simon Fennchurch series We need a new Scott Cullen book soon


  10. says:

    Very good bookI have really enjoyed this book although at times I think the author used in my opinion one to many descriptive words Overall I enjoyed this book and the continuation of the story


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