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Where the Dead Men Go by Liam McIlvanney is a hard boiled and topical thriller set in the Glasgow underworld, from the acclaimed writer of All the Colours of the Town.
Liam McIlvanney was born in Ayrshire. He is the author of Burns the Radical and All the Colours of the Town. He lives in Dunedin with his wife and four sons.
A terrific, ultra-modern crime novel ... delivered in lyrical, emotive and often piercing prose, it's an assured and classy addition to the ranks of Scotland's crime-writing scene. -- Doug Johnstone Independent on Sunday 'This novel reveals a talent that outshines even his famous relatives. The novel's appetite for the life and language of Glasgow is intoxicating. McIlvanney evokes the city's dark underbelly with razor-like accuracy, and the novel roars off the page like a wild beast on the loose ... superb storytelling, a wonderful eye for character, and a passion for dialogue, it announces the arrival of a Scots poet of the thriller. -- Geoffrey Wansell Daily Mail 'Is there no end to the procession of Scottish writers excelling in the crime genre? In his second novel, Where the Dead Men Go, Liam McIlvanney shows himself to be in the same league as his illustrious compatriots ... McIlvanney tells the story with clarity, terrific dialogue and convincing characters. -- Marcel Berlins The Times WHERE THE DEAD MEN GO is a well written novel, full of believable characters and dialogue. The pace of the book is a slow build up to an exciting conclusion ... Recommended. eurocrime.co.uk