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Edge of the Grave

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The Edge of the Grave by Robbie Morrison front cover

Scottish comic book writer Robbie Morrison makes a fine debut in the world of crime fiction with a 1930s mystery set in dark and dirty Glasgow. When the solicitor Charles Geddes is pulled from the Clyde with his throat slit, his widow insists that police detective James Dreghorn investigate the case. Dreghorn and the widow have history, which complicates matters as he and his partner McDaid try to find the killer in neighbourhoods stalked by razor gangs. But in this atmospheric thriller, even the posh Glaswegians may not be trustworthy…

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