Another fast talking, fast action thriller by the author of QUITE UGLY ONE MORNING, winner of the 1996 Critics' First Blood Award.
Christopher Brookmyre is a Glaswegian by birth, but is now a resident of Inverness. He's been a journalist and reviewer (most recently on Screen International and The Scotsman), is a dedicated football fan and is currently working on his third novel. He is 27.
'Violent, funny, Scottish...a publisher's dream.' DAILY TELEGRAPH 'Irvine Welsh out of Iain Rankin.' SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY 'Tough, in your face...studded with a lot of black humour.' IRISH TIMES 'Tartan Noir' THE INDEPENDENT 'Sassy, irreverant, stylish' THE TIMES 'Sharp, funny...with strong characters and sharp dialogue.' TLS 'Thrillingly unpleasant.' ESQUIRE 'Excellent plotting and a goodly amount of acidic one-liners.' SCOTSMAN 'Brookmyre knows how to plot excitingly and with daring touches of strangeness.' GUARDIAN 'Deviosly plotted, expertly constructed...[Brookmyre] displays a seemingly natural flair for sustaining suspense.' SCOTSMAN