The complicated plot is taut, the pace brisk. In all a very fine debut novel. More, please. (Shots on The Front)
'Alarming and beguiling...curiously exhilarating.' (The Scotsman on The Front)
When four old school friends decide to make some easy money, they pick the wrong target. Very wrong. Robbing a small supermarket on a Manchester estate looks easy – but with one of them wounded and a dead body on their hands, could things get any worse?
They could. The supermarket is merely the front for something bigger. The friends are small fish who have unwittingly plunged into a very big pond, and now they are swimming with the great white sharks of the criminal underworld