Bloody Scotland: A Mirror To Society
Paul Burston, Sarah Hilary and William Shaw's novels, while still succeeding in being gripping thrillers, also forensically examine some of the most relevant and contemporary issues.
About Bloody Scotland: A Mirror To Society
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Crime fiction can’t always be fun and games and blood and gore, sometimes it has to offer more. These authors do exactly that with novels that, while still succeeding in being gripping thrillers, also forensically examine some of the most relevant and contemporary issues.
Paul Burston’s The Closer I Get is a taut and brilliant study of the dangers of online relationships. Sarah Hilary’s latest novel, Never Be Broken, is a searing indictment of young lives lost cheaply, while social divisions are heartbreakingly explored in William Shaw’s Deadland.
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