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The Blues Man

The Blues Man This book was a semifinalist in the international The Kindle Book Review Social Media Buzz competition After spending years in prison for a drug related shooting Leon Anderson wants nothing t

  • Title: The Blues Man
  • Author: RobinWebster
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book was a semifinalist in the international The Kindle Book Review Social Media Buzz competition 2012 After spending 10 years in prison for a drug related shooting, Leon Anderson wants nothing than to leave his criminal past behind him and to develop his newly found talent for playing the blues harmonica on street corners and in blues clubs Life seems to be goiThis book was a semifinalist in the international The Kindle Book Review Social Media Buzz competition 2012 After spending 10 years in prison for a drug related shooting, Leon Anderson wants nothing than to leave his criminal past behind him and to develop his newly found talent for playing the blues harmonica on street corners and in blues clubs Life seems to be going well for Leon as he builds his reputation on the local club scene and is offered a record deal and a European tour supporting an internationally well known blues band However, a chance meeting with his old friend and drug dealing partner Denzel Livingstone changes the course of his life A young call girl called Laura has disappeared and her sister Tanya is trying to trace her A troubled Denzel knows what has happened to her but he knows that if he follows his conscious and tells Tanya what she desperately wants to know he will place his own life in danger Leon also has his own reasons for wanting to find out what happened to the missing girl, and as the book develops he finds himself drawn to Tanya and tries to help her solve the mystery surrounding her sister disappearance Because of this Leon finds himself back in the violent world of drug gang wars, murder corruption.Simon Redley in Blues Soul Magazine said about The Blues Man If you like gritty British crime fiction, vivid characters that come to life on the pages and a gripping plotline, well crafted by a talented writer with bags of potential, then this is for you.

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    1 thought on “The Blues Man

    1. The style of Robin Webster's writing is raw and pacey and relies on the development of its strong plot rather than its characters to engage the reader. As a result, I didn't feel I always really understood the main characters, particularly Leon, the eponymous `Blues Man', whose background perhaps wasn't developed fully enough. As a music fan, I would have liked to have heard more about what the Blues meant to the central character, Leon. Having said that, the plot carries the reader along, parti [...]

    2. The Blues Man is a gritty urban crime book, following a reformed drug dealer who finds himself prime suspect for a murder he didn’t commit with not only the police, but the criminal underworld, out to get him.There is a tangled web – a woman searching to uncover what happened to her sister, a series of drug dealers each seeking to hoodwink each other and expand their territories, corrupt cops and junkies.Webster does a good job of brining to life the complex, and dirty, underhand world of dr [...]

    3. conscious and conscience, spot the difference. do you keep reading when obvious competent proof reading has not taken place?

    4. Simon Redley’s review of The Blues Man for bluesandsoulI’ve discovered this amazingly talented Little Walter-style blues harmonica player and songwriter, who with his guitar-playing partner, make the sweetest blues music you could hear in the UK. They busk at Marble Arch, play small club gigs in London and have now been signed to a major blues record label for an album and European tours. Introducing Mr Leon Anderson on blues harp………………So when is Blues & Soul magazine going t [...]

    5. Fast pace, intricate plot, some nice references to blues music and an uncompromising look at the seedy underbelly of London's drug-dealing and prostitution world. This book looked promising, but didn't quite live up to my expectations. Why? Because some of the characters were quite stereotypical, there were quite a lot of cliches and repetitions, as well as a few typos, the musical aspect was quite strong initially and then just felt wedged in by force, almost an afterthought which impinged upon [...]

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