In Your Name

In Your Name A chilling serial killer thriller from The Mechanic trilogy Police detective Lucas has become consumed with tracking down the deranged killer known as Mechanic and bringing the murderer to justice N

  • Title: In Your Name
  • Author: Rob Ashman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A chilling serial killer thriller from The Mechanic trilogy Police detective Lucas has become consumed with tracking down the deranged killer, known as Mechanic, and bringing the murderer to justice Nothing else matters, not even his wife His marriage is falling apart.Mechanic has not killed for eight months and the trail has gone cold, then Lucas receives a terrifying A chilling serial killer thriller from The Mechanic trilogy Police detective Lucas has become consumed with tracking down the deranged killer, known as Mechanic, and bringing the murderer to justice Nothing else matters, not even his wife His marriage is falling apart.Mechanic has not killed for eight months and the trail has gone cold, then Lucas receives a terrifying letter In a desperate bid to reignite the case, he tries to convince his boss to mount an operation in Baton Rouge where the letter was posted.But was the letter really sent by Mechanic Not knowing where to turn, with his marriage in turmoil and his career on the rocks, Lucas begins to spiral out of control and when Mechanic meets the head of a drug smuggling cartel the situation takes a grave turn Meanwhile, a bizarre set of murders are taking place in Vegas and Detective Rebecca Moran is put on the case She will stop at nothing to make a name for herself.Is there a link between the murders and Mechanic Can Lucas apprehend the killer this time or will Mechanic remain one step ahead In Your Name can be read as a thrilling stand alone or as part of the gripping Mechanic Trilogy Also available Book 1 Those That RemainBook 3 Pay The Penance Reviews for The Mechanic Trilogy Wow what a gripping, seat clenching , addictive read this book is, can t wait for sequels to come out Top class entertainment An excellent debut novel full of fast paced action, thrills and spills I think I have just found myself a new crime thriller author and series that will be going straight on my must read authors list Kept me on the edge of my seat so many twists and turns

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    1. All my reviews can be found at thebookreviewcafeNow I don’t know about you, but when I pick up the next book in a series I do so with trepidation. I’m always concerned that the next book won’t live up to expectations. I actually loved Those That Remain by Rob Ashman, the first book in the Mechanic series and I would go as far as to say it’s one of my top reads of 2017, so unfortunately for the author I was expecting great things for In Your Name. I’m not going to keep you in suspense a [...]

    2. Well after the absolutely belting finale of Rob Ashman’s debut novel, Those that Remain, I was holding my breath hoping that he hadn’t thrown everything into it and burnt out because it was one of my top three books of 2016. So I was both eager and apprehensive starting on chapter 1. Well Rob Ashman definitely hasn’t burnt out, this man is on fire!I will say to you though do read this as a series not as a stand alone. Something bad had certainly gone down as Lieutenant Lucas stood along si [...]

    3. In Your Name is book two in the Mechanic trilogy so I would definitely recommend reading Those That Remain before hand.I know I’m not supposed to probably like Mechanic as after all they are a killer, a very cold one at that, but in a way I admire them. Mechanic is very much a tough nut. The way they handle themselves would show even the toughest of guys up. No matter what predicament Mechanic finds themselves in they keep their cool and is very logical in their thinking.Mechanic certainly see [...]

    4. Seriously, this book will stay with me for a very long time indeed, I was blown away by Rob Ashman's intricate plotting. Where do I start in writing a review? The answer is, I truly have no idea because to review this powerful book would give away too many spoilers to the first book in the series, which I also enjoyed very much. Those That Remain should be read before you read this book otherwise it will definitely spoil your enjoyment and feel for the superb characters Rob has created. I don't [...]

    5. My Rating 4.8 out of 5 starsThis is book 2 in the mechanic trilogy and I would strongly recommend they are read in order.This book picks up where book 1 ended (and began) where Lucas has returned to work after a lengthy period of rehabilitation following events in book 1. He is feeling very fragile and disillusioned and the situation is not helped by Brassano severing all ties with him.It is very difficult to review this book without spoiling either book 1 or this book for the readers so I will [...]

    6. Police Lieutenant Lucas is recovering from the devastating blows, dealt by Mechanic. His thirst for revenge knows no boundaries, putting not only his job at risk| Introduction |Mechanic Trilogy #2The book opens with a shattering event: a funeral. Whose we do not know but whoever it is, it has profoundly shocked Florida State Police Lieutenant Lucas. It is hard to realise that it is only nine weeks since his return to work, following his (presumed) recovery from the blows, dealt by Mechanic in Th [...]

    7. Oh my, that mechanic is sooo bad. Poor Lucas is now obsessed with catching this evil killer. He ropes in Harper and off they go to find and kill mechanic. No more talk of justice, this one is too nasty to be left alive.Meanwhile in Las Vegas, brand new detective Rebecca Moran is investigating the brutal murders of three drug dealers that just don't make sense. She thinks her boss is an idiot and these deaths are so not typical drug killings.Eventually Lucas and Harper trace mechanic to Las Vegas [...]

    8. When I had finished Those That Remain I was itching to get my hands on In Your Name the second in the Mechanic series. Was it worth the wait? Holy Hell Yeah! Good Grief, once you begin reading this your stomach will be lurching from side to side until the end.It begins with a funeral that Detective Lucas is attending it is obvious from this that he will be in for a tough time even though the occupant of the grave is so far unknown.Hell bent on catching the Mechanic after previous encounters wit [...]

    9. Having enjoyed the first in this trilogy 'those that remain' which I thought was a good serial killer thriller, I have to admit being very confused about this follow up. The first book presented a serial killer with deep psychological issues which resulted in a specific modus operandi.In Your Name, felt like the author had just completely thrown all of that set-up out of the window to write an action thriller where it would appear we are supposed to root for that same killer despite them murderi [...]

    10. All my reviews can be found on my blog: pageturnersnook.wordpressBLOODY HELL!!!!!!!!! Somebody please shake me back to planet earth.After finishing the first book in the series (Those That Remain), I was waiting with both excitement as well as abated breath for the second in the series (In Your Name). After the astounding and monumental ending to Those That Remain, I didn’t know whether Rob Ashman had anymore of the ‘good serial killer stuff’ in him. You know how it goes an author comes al [...]

    11. WOW! In Your Name is book number two in the Mechanic Trilogy and I would highly suggest you read them in order. This is a brilliant follow on from the first book Those That Remain. I loved it! I am actually loving this series. Brilliant stories.Mechanic has to be the most twisted, clever and evil killer I have ever read about! Seriously… I loved the setting, all the old familiar characters and even the new characters and the theme within the book. Very cleverly written, easy to read, contains [...]

    12. Thank goodness I didn't have long to wait to read the second instalment of The Mechanic Series.if you liked Those That Remain, this is meatier, grittier and spine tingling alarming.We catch up with Lucas and The Mechanic, but in different circumstances and The Mechanic is unleashing chaos and bloodshed wherever the trail leads.I absolutely loved this and found it difficult to put the book down. The plot lines are at times stomach churning, but not overly so. Well maybe they are for you, but to t [...]

    13. Rob Ashman.In Your Name.Book 2 in the series.Still on the chase of finding mechanic, the female mass murderer. The first book was great and this book is even better in my opinion. I love the fact that it has short chapters that's a personal favourite for me. This book is the best I've read this year from start to finish it had me gripped. If you only read one book this year make it this one.5* 18 July 2017.

    14. I would say this book is not quite up to the standard of the first but that one was exceptional. It's a very good thriller in it's own right with lots of thrills from the outset but, for me, it relies a little on the brilliance of the first book. The hero's are as likeable and humorous as ever, even if they do some pretty unusual things Some reviewers are highlighting language errors as the setting is in the U.S. and the author is British. Sure, there are a couple of mistakes but it's not at all [...]

    15. I couldn't breathe A spinechilling.ory at will make your hair stand on end Brilliant writingBook Two in the trilogyLucas is in recovery its been 8 months since the madness the mechanic left behindBassano who was tortured now has one arm .ny surgeries later Bassanos face is healing ,but having to move back in with his parents and give up the job he loved so much has almost broken himuntil the day he decided he wants his revengeLucas is fuelled with a rage so deep, so darkhe wants the mechanic so [...]

    16. With series there's always the question as to if the next books will be as good as the first one. Well, Rob Ashman did not disappoint and delivered a knock out sequel to THOSE THAT REMAIN in book two of the Mechanic Trilogy - IN YOUR NAME.Lucas has been pouring himself into trying to catch Mechanic, but after 8 months of no murders, the case begins to go cold. When he receives a terrifying and disturbing letter, post marked from Baton Rouge, he tries to convince the police chief to move the oper [...]

    17. This is another pretty sleek installment of the Mechanic trilogy. It picks up with the cast from Book #1 still hunting down a female serial killer after almost becoming murder victims themselves. Their manhunt (which has cost three Florida police officers their careers) takes them to Las Vegas, where the Mechanic has taken employment as a bodyguard/mercenary for a leading drug kingpin. With bloody and violent results. Needless to say, our ex-cop protagonists don't quite get her--there's a Book # [...]

    18. After reading the first book in the series, Those That Remain, I was so excited to get the 2nd one, In Your Name. I just finished that one today and let me tell you that both of these books are truly amazing. I thought I was shocked at the ending of the first one. The ending of In Your Name is, by far, one of the most shocking endings I have read in years. I actually read it twice so that I could fully understand what was happening. The characters are deep and troubled. The story is full of twis [...]

    19. donnasbookblog.wordpress/This is the second book in the Mechanic trilogy by Rob Ashman - I gave the first book five stars so was really looking forward to reading this book, the second in the trilogy to see where the story was going and I have to admit I certainly wasn't disappointed!I loved the plot and the characters that the author has created are spot on for the era that the book is set in, as you read it you can visualise it being made in to a TV series - the Mechanic is an excellent villa [...]

    20. The story contunues.The story continues and flows effortlessly from book 1 and this is proving to be an unoutdownable trilogy.3 detectives, all with a determination and blood list born from being on the receiving end of Mechanics twisted games, go all out to track her and kill her. The hapless trio, blunder on regardless of the consequences to anything and anyone else in their life, they have one goal and sacrifices will and must be made. Enter a 4th detective who's ambition and ego leads her to [...]

    21. This was nothing but one huge thrill ride! I just never knew what was coming next. I suspected but then I was about knocked flat by what would really happen! I am loving this series. The writing is great, the characters are wonderfully likable, and the serial killer is bad beyond belief! What more could a thriller reader ask for? This book picks up pretty much where the last one leaves off. Our favorite characters are still stuck on trying to figure out where Mechanic has slithered off to. The h [...]

    22. Having read and thoroughly enjoyed the first part of Rob Ashman's Mechanic trilogy, I was delighted to receive an ARC of In Your Name from Bloodhound Books in exchange for a fair and honest review. I must admit I was a little doubtful whether Rob could match the tension and excitement of the first instalment, but this is equally gripping jaw-droppingly so at times, and his style of writing is natural and engrossing. It is difficult to refer to details of the plot without spoiling the series for [...]

    23. In Your Name by Rob AshmanIt may seem a tad strange for me to say that things take a much darker turn in In Your Name, bearing in mind we're talking about a sadistic serial killer. However, i'm delighted to tell you they do a decidedly darker turn and I bloody loved it. If things were personal before, then in In Your Name the stakes are raised and Mechanic is out for revenge. Meanwhile Lucas, Bassano and Harper are joined by a new sidekick called Moran. In your Name is as dark as Those That Rem [...]

    24. I had been waiting impatiently to read this 2nd book in the Mechanic trilogy and it certainly didn't disappoint!. Detective Ed Lucas and retired Detective Harper are obsessed with catching The Mechanic and the discovery of new evidence furthers their search.Once again this is a heart pounding thriller. I won't say too much about the plot for fear of a spoiler, but I will say it has its OMG moments. I was actually speechless after finishing In Your Name. Another 5 star read! A well written nerve [...]

    25. Detective Lucas has become obsessed with catching the serial killer known as The Mechanic. This obsession has caused problems in his marriage. The Mechanic has been off the radar for months until a letter arrives sending Lucas back on the trail. What he finds is a trail of bodies, a drug cartel and an ambitious Detective Moran. After reading Rob's first book in the series, I was looking forward to reading this and it did not dissapoint. The book is gripping and once you start, hard to put down. [...]

    26. British or American?For a story that takes place in Vegas, there are a lot of British phrases used, especially in the dialog: estates, car park, perspex box, topping up and necking back drinks, remit. The temperature was given in Celsius, and 'despatch ' used instead of 'dispatch ' (don't know what that is). Distracting.

    27. The beginning of this book I felt was a little slow moving but once it got going ---- it got going! I felt that some of the ending was predictable (I won't give it away!) but some of it ---- well you'll just have to read it yourself! Once again I highly recommend this book and will be starting the third in the trilogy right now!

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