The Hanging Club

The Hanging Club by Tony Parsons

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A band of vigilante executioners roam the hot summer nights, abducting evil men who they judge unworthy of living and hanging them by the neck until dead. Sentenced to death is the gang member who abused dozens of vulnerable girls, the wealthy drunk driver who mowed down a child, the drug addict who put a pensioner in a coma and the hate preacher calling for the murder of British troops. But do these rogue hangmen crave true justice—or just blood? As the bodies pile up and violence explodes all over the sweltering city, DC Max Wolfe—dog lover, single parent, defender of the weak—embarks on his most dangerous investigation yet, hunting a righteous gang of vigilante killers who many believe to be heroes. The search will take Max from squalid backstreets, where religious fanaticism breeds, to mansions in mourning and all the way to the secret rooms of power where decisions are weighed about life and death. But before The Hanging Club is confronted, Max Wolfe must learn some painful truths about the fragile line between good and evil, innocence and guilt, justice and retribution. And discover that the lust for revenge starts very close to home.

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Tony Parsons (English Tony Parsons ; born November 6, 1953 in Essex, UK) is a British journalist and writer. Although he wrote the novel at the age of 17, until the summer of 1976, Parsons worked at the London Gordons factory, where the famous gin was produced. Then he collaborated as a journalist with the music publication "New Musical Express". Together with various bands, including the "The Sex Pistols", he participated in their touring tours. Currently, Tony Parsons is a regular columnist for the Mirror newspaper and is featured on the BBC`s art broadcasts. Among his publications, where the journalist is published, - "The Face", "Marie Claire", "The Daily Mail", "Arena", "The Guardian", "Elle", "The Daily Telegraph", "The Spectator", " The Sunday Times "," GQ "and others. Man and Boy came out in 1991, Parsons` first novel in ten years. The book has become an international bestseller and book of the year in the UK, and critics have compared it to Helen Fielding`s Diary of Bridget Jones. The story of Harry Silver was continued by the author in the novel "Man and Wife". In 2001, Parsons` novel One for My Baby was published.

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Tony Parsons (English Tony Parsons ; born November 6, 1953 in Essex, UK) is a British journalist and writer. Although he wrote the novel at the age of 17, until the summer of 1976, Parsons worked at the London Gordons factory, where the famous gin was produced. Then he collaborated as a journalist with the music publication "New Musical Express". Together with various bands, including the "The Sex Pistols", he participated in their touring tours. Currently, Tony Parsons is a regular columnist for the Mirror newspaper and is featured on the BBC`s art broadcasts. Among his publications, where the journalist is published, - "The Face", "Marie Claire", "The Daily Mail", "Arena", "The Guardian", "Elle", "The Daily Telegraph", "The Spectator", " The Sunday Times "," GQ "and others. Man and Boy came out in 1991, Parsons` first novel in ten years. The book has become an international bestseller and book of the year in the UK, and critics have compared it to Helen Fielding`s Diary of Bridget Jones. The story of Harry Silver was continued by the author in the novel "Man and Wife". In 2001, Parsons` novel One for My Baby was published.