By Malcolm Mackay
The lovely end to Malcolm Mackay's lauded Glasgow Trilogy returns readers to the city's underworld: a spot of darkish causes, risky allegiances and surprising, tragic ends.
It starts with deaths: a money-man and a police informant. Deaths that supply a special chance to a guy like Calum MacLean. successful guy who has ultimately had adequate of killing.
Calum plans an unheard of get away simply as his employers desire him the main. Glasgow's largest felony firms are gearing up for a last, deadly confrontation.
The panic over Calum's abrupt disappearance might eventually provide Detective Michael Fisher the opportunity he have to shut the case of a life-time. yet first, he needs to tune down a guy who has develop into a grasp of disappearance. a guy who has staked his existence on staying within the shadows.
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The Sudden Arrival of Violence (Glasgow Trilogy, Book 3) by Malcolm Mackay