Sometimes the only way to mend a broken heart…
..Is to catch a serial killer.
Ruari was on his way to confess love to best friend Lorna. But her killer got there first.
He’s been thrown out of the police, his ex is moving on with her life. He has nothing left. Except a glimpse of Lorna’s killer.
And hallucinatory flashbacks from a bad trip in his teenage years that mean he can’t always trust his own eyes.
And the increasing sense that while he’s after the killer, someone is after him.
There’s a serial killer on the loose in a city where elderly women beat up would-be muggers, half the ten-year-olds are feral and a monster on a murderous rampage is greeted with shouts of show us your willy!
If you can handle Scottish humour of the blackest order, gripping twists that will have you gasping out loud and a pace faster than a runaway haggis, you’ll love Dark of Night.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:
“…completely addictive. Very fast paced with the short punchy time-stamped chapters adding to the sense of a fast-moving investigation.” – Joanne Baird, Portobello Book Blog
“…full of the Glasgow banter and humour laced with a good old-fashioned murder mystery. Lots of twists and turns and little pools of red herrings kept me engrossed all the way through.” – Sharon Bairden, Chapterinmylife Blog
”Set in Glasgow this is pure Scottish gold.” – Susan Hampson, Books from Dusk Til Dawn
“The characters are engaging and the storytelling is fast paced. The Glasgow setting provides a perfect backdrop to this tartan noir. The snippets of humour bring the characters to life and add a little light relief to the darkness of the night!” – Kim Macleod
“This is an exciting new addition to Scotland’s impressive murder mystery genre. The author has their own quirky humour and a pitch perfect ear for Glasgow banter.” – Dorkus