Payback by Kimberley ChambersPayback by Kimberley Chambers


byKimberley Chambers

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Family. They're supposed to watch your back. Not stab you in it When the enemy is one of your own, the payback is twice as hard.

The Butler brothers are the Kings of the East End, and their motto is "what goes around, comes around".

In their world, family counts; so when the truth about Vinny's cousin's death comes to light, it rocks the Butlers to the core. One by one, Vinny's friends and family are turning against him...

Then, the unimaginable happens - Vinny's little daughter Molly goes missing. She's the one chink of light in all their lives, and the one they'd commit murders to bring back.

But is it already too late for that?

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About The Author

KIMBERLEY CHAMBERSlives in Romford and has been, at various times, a disc jockey and a street trader. She is now a full-time writer and is the author of seven previous novels.
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Title:PaybackFormat:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 1.31 inPublished:July 14, 2014Publisher:Harpercollins (uk)Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0007435053

ISBN - 13:9780007435050

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"Easily as good as Martina Cole" - News of the World

"Brilliantly delivers a story of violence, treachery and family ties. Easy to read and hard to put down" - News of the World

"[a] faced-paced tale with gritty authenticity" - The Guardian