Royal Heist

Royal Heist High adventure, furious plotting, blackmail and betrayal The Colonel is rumoured to have masterminded several of the most successful robberies in the UK over the last forty years But who is he Edward de Jersey, now a wealthy man, owns a very successful racing yard and stud farm and his pride and joy is his horse, Royal Flush, who he has always dreamed will one day win the Derby But de Jersey s luck runs out when his trusted financial advisor invests his fortune in a fledgling Internet Company that goes bust, leaving de Jersey with no capital and mounting debts In danger of losing everything, De Jersey resurrects his criminal past, turning to the Internet to find a team of specialists who will help him pull off the most audacious heist in history. New Read Royal Heist [ By ] Lynda La Plante [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Royal Heist
  • Lynda La Plante
  • English
  • 02 November 2018
  • 7814000602 Edition Language English Other Editions 20

10 thoughts on “Royal Heist

  1. says:

    I actually started reading this book with a mind to make my way through it slowly But once you ve taken a gamble on Edward de Jersey anything can happen Royal Flush, as the name implies, is a gamble as well as the highest card you can play in Poker In addition to being the title of the book, it s a horse s name and maybe even a play on the Royal s flush once they had a brush with Edward de Jersey The story is weaved in such an intricate, artistic way the reader cannot help break out in a swea I actually started reading this book with a mind to make my way through it slowly But once you ve taken a gamble on Edward de Jersey anything can happen Royal Flush, as the name implies, is a gamble as well as the highest card you can play in Poker In addition to being the title of the book, it s a horse s name and maybe even a play on the Royal s flush once they had a brush with Edward de Jersey The story is weaved in such an intricate, artistic way the reader cannot help break out in a sweat as s he s placed on the wrong side of the la...

  2. says:

    Blurb from goodreadsHigh adventure, furious plotting, blackmail and betrayal The Colonel is rumoured to have masterminded several of the most successful robberies in the UK over the last forty years But who is he Edward de Jersey, now a wealthy man, owns a very successful racing yard and stud farm and his pride and joy is his horse, Royal Flush, who he has always dreamed will one day win the Derby But de Jersey s luck runs out when his trusted financial advisor invests his fortune in a fl Blurb from goodreadsHigh adventure, furious plotting, blackmail and betrayal The Colonel is rumoured to have masterminded several of the most successful robberies in the UK...

  3. says:

    This is fake writing This is all she was still beautiful after 20 yrs of marriage and he, the strong silent type who never talks about his past,sweeps her off her feet and carries her to bed Ridiculous When his past hen...

  4. says:

    I have heard of Lynda La Plante but never actually read anything by her This started out a bit slowly but soon picked to a point I struggled to put it down Im not going to lie, it s a bit cheesy in places and I did groan a few times, however I liked the fact this was written following the bad guys point of view, rather than the normal detective or cops point of view that seemscommon The three main bad guys are bit of a motley bunch, the rest of the crew they put together also have their I have heard of Lynda La Plante but never actually read anything by her This started out a bit slowly but soon picked to a point I struggled to put it down Im not going to lie, it s a bit cheesy in places and I did groan a few times, however I liked the fact this was written following the bad guys point of view, rather than the normal detective or cops point of view that seemscommon The three main bad guys are bit of a motley bunch, the rest of the crew they put together also have their issues, and alth...

  5. says:

    I found some of La Plante s detective series very average but improving significantly in her subsequent ones And unlike many reviewers who disliked this book, I found it to be well thought out, fast paced and thoroughly absorbing In fact, I found it hard to put down There were no long drawn out passages, no endless list of names making it hard to remember who is who, and none of those annoyingly frustrating situations where we have to wait for many chapters before the matter is dealt with If I found some of La Plante s detective series very average but improving significantly in her subsequent ones And unlike many reviewers who disliked this book, I found it to be well thought out, fast paced and thoroughly absorbing In ...

  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this story I couldn t put it down

  7. says:

    I loved this book There is no suspense in who did it but lots of suspense in determining if they are going to get away with it I fell in love with Edward De Jersey even though he was a bad guy.

  8. says:

    3 stats because the ending was abysmal Otherwise not a bad book to read

  9. says:

    Urgh.thought would have been interesting, but the main caracter was a dissapointment ending really dull, had an exciting feeling and then it just went poof.

  10. says:

    Lynda LaPlante, Royal Heist Random House, 2004 It took me about a year and a half to read Royal Heist Not continuously, of course I started it back in December of 2007, struggled through the first few chapters, and when it had to go back to the library, didn t renew it Here comes 2009, and I m going through my backlist cleaning it out, so I put the book on hold again and pick up where I left off I get questions about that sort of thing Honestly, I don t find it any harder to do that after Lynda LaPlante, Royal Heist Random House, 2004 It took me about a year and a half to read Royal Heist Not continuously, of course I started it back in December of 2007, struggled through the first few chapters, and when it had to go back to the library, didn t renew it Here comes 2009, and I m going through my backlist cleaning it out, so I put the book on hold again and pick up where I left off I get questions about that sort of thing Honestly, I don t find it any harder to do that after eighteen months than I do putting a book down at night and picking it up again the next morning I don t know why I m glad I did, because it does markedly improve once you re farther into it, but I came very close to abandoning it for good after the f...

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