the dark net by Jamie Bartlett

(14 Posts)
ElizabethHoover Sat 25-Apr-15 12:09:46

This is a must read for all parents ( apart from the last chapter which i thought didnt quite fit - but that might just be me)
Its funny shocking and fascinating. I loved
www.amazon.co.uk/Dark-Net-Jamie-Bartlett-ebook/dp/B00K0M6JQC/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1429960139&sr=1-1&keywords=dark+net

claravine Sat 25-Apr-15 12:17:47

I fancy this but am waiting for it to go a wee bit cheaper. Dark market by misha glenny was good but possibly a bit dated now

claravine Sat 25-Apr-15 12:20:04

You might like A Fine day for a hanging by Carol Ann Lee about Ruth Ellis or Handsome Brute by Sean O Connor

ElizabethHoover Sat 25-Apr-15 12:20:51

loved handsome brute - read it a few years ago. I am a non fic fiend grin

claravine Sat 25-Apr-15 12:31:17

How about Joe cinques consolation by Helen garner. A v sad and frankly baffling Australian true crime one

ElizabethHoover Sat 25-Apr-15 12:37:20

i love Helen G, I only read her one abotu that trial last month..
THanks, I will look!

ElizabethHoover Sat 25-Apr-15 12:38:14

The House of Grief

that one

claravine Sat 25-Apr-15 12:38:32

I have wimped out of reading house of grief, is it OK or gruelling

ElizabethHoover Sat 25-Apr-15 12:39:15

gah no its fine

Another one oyu think is bad but is ACES ACES (fiction) is the Girl in the Red Coat

claravine Sat 25-Apr-15 12:39:30

Cross postedsmile

claravine Sat 25-Apr-15 12:42:28

Hmm still a bit unsure. Disclaimer by Renee knight is pretty good if you fancy a domestic chiller type one that's a bit deep.

ElizabethHoover Sat 25-Apr-15 12:43:17

so many thrillers are just shit atm. You have to be on full alert grin

ElizabethHoover Sat 25-Apr-15 12:44:16

oh that is funny - i downloaded disclaimer sample last night after seeing a Guardian list of new crime (that at the time of publishing was all not even published, so i saved it) The line of blood was on it too

MaryBerrysEyelashes Mon 20-Jul-15 18:51:59

i HATED disclaimer! it was shit

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