Glasgow in the 1970s is vividly brought to life in this gritty crime thriller. Harry McCoy is fascinating, flawed, unwell yet unwilling to bow down to it. He knows what’s right, but sometimes he has to bend the rules to solve these gruesome crimes. Parks pulls no punches in a story that is not only powerfully told, heartbreakingly poignant but also incredibly nasty.
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