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Killing Lazarus [Read] ➵ Killing Lazarus By Nick Moseley – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Getting a well paid nine to five job is pretty difficult when you re over a hundred and sixty years old, your CV is a list of noteworthy murders and you shot your last boss Which is why Ezekiel Barker Getting a well paid nine to five job is pretty difficult when you re over a hundred and sixty years old, your CV is a list of noteworthy murders and you shot your last boss Which is why Ezekiel Barker is spending most of his time hiding in a draughty flat in Whitechapel, consuming gin at a rate that would make even Oliver Reed raise an eyebrow He s a wanted man, and it s a race against time to see what ll kill him first, the booze or the Custodians, the United Kingdom s supernatural police force They d like a quiet word with him about the whole noteworthy murders thingBut he s not as well hidden as he thought, because one night the telephone rings and an anonymous caller offers him a job It s an offer he can t refuse fail to complete the job and his location will be revealed to the Custodians At first glance it seems quite straightforward travel to a remote Cornish fishing village and retrieve a stolen artefact But Barker quickly discovers that he hasn t been given all the details The thief is a man with homicidal tendencies, an unusual talent for disguise, and a ridiculous name Gary Lazarus He knows all about Barker, and has very specific reasons for wanting to meet him He wants to play a game A game only one of them can possibly survive.


10 thoughts on “Killing Lazarus

  1. Graeme Rodaughan Graeme Rodaughan says:

    Now I m getting author ENVY Grrrrr Can Nick Mosely write yes he can The only flaw of real note in this book is the length it s just not long enough I want to seeof Ezekiel Barker bereaved warrior, deceived and misused as an assassin, and now finding a new path in life.I m left wantingMr Nick Moseley get ye to thy keyboard Note this is a short novella read in a day.A ripping good time with this series.Read for a second time with the fine folk over at Fantasy B Now I m getting author ENVY Grrrrr Can Nick Mosely write yes he can The only flaw of real note in this book is the length it s just not long enough I want to seeof Ezekiel Barker bereaved warrior, deceived and misused as an assassin, and now finding a new path in life.I m left wantingMr Nick Moseley get ye to thy keyboard Note this is a short novella read in a day.A ripping good time with this series.Read for a second time with the fine folk over at Fantasy Buddy Reads at


  2. Laura Laura says:

    I m afraid, sir, that I am of the opinion you are quite insane There was never any debate on that score Mad as a hatter, old man A nice addition to the Brackenford Series, this short novella gives readers a little insight into the head of the infamous Ezekiel Barker.Told from his perspective, this story has a different tone from the rest of the series Not as funny and funky and a lot darker Ezekiel Barker is after all, a killer in every sense Set free after being kept for years onI m afraid, sir, that I am of the opinion you are quite insane There was never any debate on that score Mad as a hatter, old man A nice addition to the Brackenford Series, this short novella gives readers a little insight into the head of the infamous Ezekiel Barker.Told from his perspective, this story has a different tone from the rest of the series Not as funny and funky and a lot darker Ezekiel Barker is after all, a killer in every sense Set free after being kept for years on a tight leash by a ruthless master, preserved in a cryogenic state and defrosted only at need Barker now struggles with a heavy conscience and tries to find absolution at the bottom of a bottle Except that absolution doesn t want to be found and, to make matters worse, he is suddenly forced to choose in between being handed over to the Custodians and accepting a bizarre job for an insane amount of money.With no choice left but to accept the shady deal, Barker needs to set the bottle aside, get himself together and get moving After all, he ll need all his wits about him sincethe whole scheme is absolute madness Faced with an opponent who s mad as a hatter, Barker will need to confront his own conscience and make a choice Turn tail and flee in the face of past mistakes and a seemingly useless future give up the fight and let it all go or grab the bull by the proverbial horns, gritt his teeth and press on.For those of you who haven t read any of Nick Moseley s books, this short story can be read as a standalone But you will enjoy it a lotafter having read the first 2 books in The Brackenford Cycle And it does not provide you with a clear taste of this author s writing This one is much darker than his other works, and by far not as funny It also set down a few key elements for future books.I did enjoy the change in pace and style and am now looking forward to the next book in series Fingers crossed it will have Ezekiel Barker in it He d make a nice addition to team Trev Especially in bringing the smart mouth down a notch or two Find this review andon my book review and cover art blog, The Magic Book Corner


  3. Lena Lena says:

    I look forward to reading that confrontation I love that the Brackenford Cycle has grown to include non Trev POV First The Ghost s Story, substantially told by Agatha, and now Killing Lazarus, told completely by Ezekiel Barker I m a big fan of fleshing our secondary characters, often I like themthan the main characters.Another win from Nick Moseley I look forward to reading that confrontation I love that the Brackenford Cycle has grown to include non Trev POV First The Ghost s Story, substantially told by Agatha, and now Killing Lazarus, told completely by Ezekiel Barker I m a big fan of fleshing our secondary characters, often I like themthan the main characters.Another win from Nick Moseley


  4. Tammie Tammie says:

    This was an excellent novella I enjoyed reading a story from Ezekiel Barker s point of view It was very cleverly done.


  5. L.J. Hayward L.J. Hayward says:

    They re pieces of me, he thought, drifting among them I was very intrigued by Ezekiel Barker in


  6. Nick Nick says:

    It was nice to see Ezekiel Barker again albeit only in a shortish story, after his escape from the custodians and the reveal of his wifes death he doesn t have much to live for and someone is keen use that Ezekial is an interesting character who has obviously done wrong and is trying to come to terms with his previous work where he was duped into believing he did it to keep his wife alive He is a good example of the good guy who has fallen into hard times and you sort of want to believe he wan It was nice to see Ezekiel Barker again albeit only in a shortish story, after his escape from the custodians and the reveal of his wifes death he doesn t have much to live for and someone is keen use that Ezekial is an interesting character who has obviously done wrong and is trying to come to terms with his previous work where he was duped into believing he did it to keep his wife alive He is a good example of the good guy who has fallen into hard times and you sort of want to believe he wants to re join the right side but he seems to beentangled with the bad guys to easily get out.The entity Lazarus is something different to what weve seen previously in this series and his toying with Ezekial and then putting a pretty poor choice to him underlines how bad Barkers life has become The fact that he come through it with some form of morals and a want to seek out his ex employers is a good pointer that perhaps he and Trev might be on the same side next time they meet, or at least sharee common goals.Again this all heavily ties into book four build up, can t wait to see what the actual story will be now all these little side tales are linking in


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