Stolen Angels Kindle Þ Paperback

Stolen Angels Kindle Þ Paperback


  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • Stolen Angels
  • Shaun Hutson
  • English
  • 07 April 2016
  • 9780751501254

10 thoughts on “Stolen Angels

  1. Karl Karl says:

    This hardcover is signed by the author Shaun Hutson


  2. Peter Peter says:

    Why are those men mysteriously committing suicide? What's behind the smearings inside the church and outside the cemetery A ring of child abusers witchcraft satanism? As Cath an investigative journalist is gathering facts the situation becomes extremely dangerous for her Talbot the DI was abused as a child slowly has to understand that there is here than suicide What is Janina's role? Is her brother Frank also molesting children? Breathtaking action and a fine denouement in this fast paced Hutson classic Highly recommended You won't regret reading this classic There will shivers run down your spine


  3. Stephen McQuiggan Stephen McQuiggan says:

    A Satanic child abuse ring a series of incomprehensible suicides and a pregnant witch A blast from start to finish perhaps lacking in a lot of his Herbert esue set pieces but written with his usual breakneck brio There's a great scene where the social workers get together after uestioning the kids and we're drip fed info we never actually get to see the shadowy circle only glimpses which makes the novel stronger A twisted tasty morsel for a prosaic world


  4. Patrick Kiernan Patrick Kiernan says:

    A solid 4 star read I'd recommend reading it but I want to put a trigger warning for child abuse


  5. Peter Peter says:

    Read it in a couple of hours nice and pacey and easy to blast through twist at the end too


  6. Jane Jane says:

    It's been a long time since I've read a book that's kept me so engrossed This was a great read well paced and well written with a gripping story complete with plenty of twists unwinding as you read through The plot is primarily focused around Chief Inspector Jim Talbot and journalist Cath Read and their individual investigations around three suicides the desecration of childrens graves and child abuse the cases overlap and not as you would expect An interesting twist especially in the last few pages that really delivers in shock factor although don't get me wrong I guessed a couple of bits The only problem with this book is it leaves you with unanswered uestions and craving a seuel Horrible in part with its subject matter but overall a great read I would definitely recommend


  7. Patricia Kaniasty Patricia Kaniasty says:

    Subject matter in this book is for adults only Grossed me out and horrified me Overall it was well told and the characters solid The ending confused me a bit and I had to reread it twice


  8. Itrat Itrat says:

    The book had uite an abrupt end as the whole story had been slow paced from the beginning but in the last chapters everything was just out in an instant Plus the fact that they found the box but frank still died I like characters to fight not give up The story feels uite incomplete as in the end we don't know what happens to the childrenare they abused again or not we don't know the reaction of Ellen knowing about Frank's death we don't know if Talbot's mother dies or not we don't know if the abuse ring is found and arrested we don't know if all those incidents with the cemetery stop we don't know what happens to Shanine we don't know if Cross gets to know about shanine from Cath We don't know if Talbot deals with his psychological problems or not Alot of things were left unresolved


  9. Alison Alison says:

    I read lots of Hutsons books in my youth and enjoyed his edgy horror stories This is the first one I’ve read in 20 yrs and thoroughly enjoyed it Nice twist in the final few pages


  10. Joanne Delaney Joanne Delaney says:

    Amazing page turner couldn’t put it down


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Stolen Angels[EPUB] ✰ Stolen Angels Author Shaun Hutson – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Catherine and Phillip believe that the suicides of three men the desecrations of a number of children's graves and the suspected child abuse of a number of school pupils are connected in some way It s Catherine and Phillip believe that the suicides of three men the desecrations of a number of children's graves and the suspected child abuse of a number of school pupils are connected in some way It soon becomes apparent that the specter of child abuse is merely the tip of a terrifying iceberg.


About the Author: Shaun Hutson

British horror novelist including horror and urban thriller novelsHis novella Slugs was made into a movie although Hutson didn't like the movie He also appeared in two horror movies himselfHutson is a Liverpool FC fan.


10 thoughts on “Stolen Angels

  1. Karl Karl says:

    This hardcover is signed by the author Shaun Hutson

  2. Peter Peter says:

    Why are those men mysteriously committing suicide? What's behind the smearings inside the church and outside the cemetery A ring of child abusers witchcraft satanism? As Cath an investigative journalist is gathering facts the situation becomes extremely dangerous for her Talbot the DI was abused as a child slowly has to understand that there is here than suicide What is Janina's role? Is her brother Frank also molesting children? Breathtaking action and a fine denouement in this fast paced Hutson classic Highly recommended You won't regret reading this classic There will shivers run down your spine

  3. Stephen McQuiggan Stephen McQuiggan says:

    A Satanic child abuse ring a series of incomprehensible suicides and a pregnant witch A blast from start to finish perhaps lacking in a lot of his Herbert esue set pieces but written with his usual breakneck brio There's a great scene where the social workers get together after uestioning the kids and we're drip fed info we never actually get to see the shadowy circle only glimpses which makes the novel stronger A twisted tasty morsel for a prosaic world

  4. Patrick Kiernan Patrick Kiernan says:

    A solid 4 star read I'd recommend reading it but I want to put a trigger warning for child abuse

  5. Peter Peter says:

    Read it in a couple of hours nice and pacey and easy to blast through twist at the end too

  6. Jane Jane says:

    It's been a long time since I've read a book that's kept me so engrossed This was a great read well paced and well written with a gripping story complete with plenty of twists unwinding as you read through The plot is primarily focused around Chief Inspector Jim Talbot and journalist Cath Read and their individual investigations around three suicides the desecration of childrens graves and child abuse the cases overlap and not as you would expect An interesting twist especially in the last few pages that really delivers in shock factor although don't get me wrong I guessed a couple of bits The only problem with this book is it leaves you with unanswered uestions and craving a seuel Horrible in part with its subject matter but overall a great read I would definitely recommend

  7. Patricia Kaniasty Patricia Kaniasty says:

    Subject matter in this book is for adults only Grossed me out and horrified me Overall it was well told and the characters solid The ending confused me a bit and I had to reread it twice

  8. Itrat Itrat says:

    The book had uite an abrupt end as the whole story had been slow paced from the beginning but in the last chapters everything was just out in an instant Plus the fact that they found the box but frank still died I like characters to fight not give up The story feels uite incomplete as in the end we don't know what happens to the childrenare they abused again or not we don't know the reaction of Ellen knowing about Frank's death we don't know if Talbot's mother dies or not we don't know if the abuse ring is found and arrested we don't know if all those incidents with the cemetery stop we don't know what happens to Shanine we don't know if Cross gets to know about shanine from Cath We don't know if Talbot deals with his psychological problems or not Alot of things were left unresolved

  9. Alison Alison says:

    I read lots of Hutsons books in my youth and enjoyed his edgy horror stories This is the first one I’ve read in 20 yrs and thoroughly enjoyed it Nice twist in the final few pages

  10. Joanne Delaney Joanne Delaney says:

    Amazing page turner couldn’t put it down

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