Bloody Scotland: Come hell or high concept: Doug Johnstone, Gordon Brown, Malcolm Mackay and Will Carver
Join Doug Johnstone, Gordon Brown, Malcolm Mackay and Will Carver and let your imagination soar with theirs!
About Bloody Scotland: Come hell or high concept: Doug Johnstone, Gordon Brown, Malcolm Mackay and Will Carver
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There are books that are brave enough to go beyond what you expect from a crime novel. Try a volcano in the Firth of Forth in a near-future Edinburgh; a man whose mere presence can turn people’s darkest thoughts into action; murder in a reimagined Scotland which remained independent after 1707; and a form of marriage counselling based on one crossed wire, three dead bodies and six bottles of bleach. Doug Johnstone, Gordon Brown, Malcolm Mackay and Will Carver are the fevered minds respectively responsible for these wild creations. Join them and let your imagination soar with theirs.
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