‘a welcome member of the Tartan Noir pack’ Val McDermid
‘Engrossing and convincing…elegantly yet efficiently told, showing that Gray is a writer worth investigating’ Daily Express
Brings Glasgow to life in the same way that Ian Rankin evokes Edinburgh’ Daily Mail
‘Supremely confident… The prose is direct and evocative, the kind of classic ingredients that will have readers racing urgently towards the denouement’ The List
‘Tautly plotted with well developed characters and an engaging style’ Glasgow Herald
About the Author
Alex Gray was born and educated in Glasgow. She has been awarded the Scottish Association of Writers' Constable and Pitlochry trophies for her crime writing, and is the Scottish Chapter convenor for the Crime Writers' Association. Married with a son and daughter, she now writes full time.
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