Double Kiss

Ronnie O'Sullivan

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16 November 2017
352 pages

The race is on.

There’s no such thing as a quiet life for Frankie James. With his brother out of jail and his debts cleared, Frankie’s thinking about his future – until a postcard arrives from Mallorca. It reminds Frankie of something his mother said to him, and is signed off with a kiss. But his mother’s been missing for six years, everyone thought she was dead . . .

When the niece of London’s fiercest gang lord, Tommy Riley, goes missing from her boarding school, Tommy knows there’s one man for the job. That man is Frankie James. It’s now up to Frankie to find her and it’s a race against time.

Frankie must decide is he’s willing to enter the criminal underworld he’s tried so hard to escape from. Everything’s at stake – his family, his career, his life. He can’t afford to lose this time, but what does winning mean for him? With temptation at every turn, old habits die hard.

Double Kiss is the fast-paced, thrilling sequel to Framed, by snooker champion Ronnie O’Sullivan

Like O’Sullivan playing at his best, the book is tight, pacey and keeps you guessing.

The Big Issue (Framed)

Ronnie's first crime novel draws on his early years playing in seedy Soho snooker clubs, a world of gangsters and bent coppers he writes about with uncomfortable authenticity.

Choice (Framed)

Packed with intrigue, action, brutal villains and a beguiling hero, this is a cracking first novel delivered with all the sidespin and clever swerves one would expect from the king of the trick shots!

Lancashire Evening Post (Framed)