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Oct 17, Floral rated it liked it. Having been conditioned by the audiobook narration, I’m not sure if the dialogues on paper were quite as bad as they came across here, or if Dave just portrayed them in a banal way.

A Good Day to Die (Dennis Milne, book 2) by Simon Kernick

However, Warren isn’t exactly the man he claims to be. Nonetheless, Dennis Milne is a complex and interesting character, an anti-hero who does wrong hood the right reasons. The reason I rated it as a 3, because I think the ending could have been better. When Dennis Milne – now living under an assumed identity in the Philippines – hears that his old friend and colleague Malik has been gunned down in a restaurant, he decides to go back to the violent city he once called home, and bring the murderer to book.

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Another great read that is full of action. I’ve done jobs before Kernicl ratings by Goodreads.


Dennis Milne 3 books. Engaging characters and plot, couldn’t put it down! Ex-DS Dennis Milne is partnered with a former informant and running a small hotel and dive shop in the Philippines. However when all is said and done, it was an engaging read, with an unusual morally ambiguous main character. Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. A Good Day to Die: Looking for beautiful books? He operates beyond the law.

Dennis Milne 2 Author s: Whenever I wanted to go to bed it got good – that is to say it was all good, better than good.

A Good Day to Die : (Dennis Milne 2)

Jan 09, Lukasz Pruski rated it did not like it. Kernic has a talent to make you really understand the character. Milne feels a strong need to kerbick to the UK to avenge Malik’s death. A Good Day to Die: He made it as far as the Philippines, where working under the name Marcus Kane, he has gone into the diving-supply trade with a former informant.

The others tended to get a bit procedural but, seeing as Dennis Milne is a fugitive and not a cop, this read more like a thriller. Description Ex-cop Dennis Milne is intent on revenge.

Milne respects few men but he admired Malik so he heads back to London to find the man responsible for Malik 19s death and make sure he pays. Since our last encounter with Dennis he has had plastic surgery and moved to the Philippines and is known by locals as Mick Kane.

Hardcoverpages. I’ll start with what made me like this book: Because although his former colleagues don’t know he’s back in town, it soon becomes clear there are people who do. This is the first Simon Kernick novel I’ve read, and I was very pleased. Another positive is that Kernic always had you on the tips of your feet- there was always something happening, which made the book a lot more enjoyable.


But it was a 4 star read for me due to the ending, I felt it was a bit weaker then I was expecting and I did have some trouble investing in another character who played a key role by the end.

Dennis Milne – vood cynical but oddly loveable character was back with avengence – literally after his ex partner Asif Malik was murdered by a hit man. It was a good thriller and would definitely trick any new readers to the genre but I guessed the ending correctly.

I’m no cold-blooded murderer. In the case of Denis Milne after spending several years hiding from the law that he used to be we find him returning to London to tk the murder of his former partner. The various connections in the book between characters and events were confusing and somewhat contrived.