A Book Review – Salisbury Square by Geoff Le Pard

I love it when I come across a book which, not only did the front cover picture have me intrigued, but the plot kept me gripped.   Salisbury Square is a real page turner.

IMG_2401You can’t help but feel sorry for Jerzy Komaza, the main character of this quite dark thriller. He’s on the run from his home in Poland, having severely beaten his father while trying to save his sister.

He’s hoping to meet up with his old friend, Jan in London for help and to find work, but things go from bad to worse as we’re taken into the depths of London which most people, gladly would normally never see.

His meeting with Jan throws up some disturbing realisations and his life gets more complicated as he meets a young girl called Suzie who, he feels he has to help and protect as she is a vulnerable, homeless drug addict who is reliant on a violent boyfriend.

Then there’s Ola, Jan’s cousin, who becomes involved to the point where she is also in danger and Jerzy feels he must help her too. The problem is, can Jerzy trust Jan, Ola or Suzie?

Salisbury Square is a fast paced thriller, which keeps you turning the pages.  For me personally, to enjoy a book there has to be an interesting plot and I have to care about the characters, this doesn’t disappoint.

I can thoroughly recommend Salisbury Square.  It is such a well written book and I couldn’t put it down.

If you’d like to know more about the author and see all his books including his latest, ‘Apprenticed to my Mother’, then please take a look at his Amazon page Here

 

 

 

 

 

 

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20 thoughts on “A Book Review – Salisbury Square by Geoff Le Pard

  1. Great review, Sam. Love Geoff’s writing. When you read his other books, you’ll find that he doesn’t stick with a particular genre, but the writing is so good, you go along with it even if it’s not normally your thing. Enjoy!

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