Librarian Recommended Reads – Five Minutes Alone by Paul Cleave

Paul Cleave

Paul Cleave

The saying, ‘give me five minutes alone with that person’,  usually means someone wishes harm to another in retribution for a violent act, and this is the basis for this novel.

Paul Cleave is known for his very graphic writing and he doesn’t mince words on any given subject – and this title is no different!

Theo Tate and Carl Schroder, two Christchurch detectives, are on the hunt for someone who is meting out revenge for past violent crimes with the intention of satisfying the ‘five minutes alone’ wish of the victims or their families. However – innocent people are dying, and many members of the police force are all in favour of the revenge acts, which complicates any investigations.

Plenty of twists and turns in this book!

Read by Adrienne

Reserve Five Minutes Alone here

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