Blue Wicked is Alan Jones' second gritty Glasgow crime novel. The tortured corpses of young alcoholics and drug addicts are turning up in Glasgow and only unlikely investigator Eddie Henderson seems to know why. When he tries to tell the police, his information is ridiculed and he's told to stop wasting their time. One officer, junior detective Catherine Douglas, believes him, and together they set out to discover why the dregs of Glasgow's underbelly are being found, dead and mutilated. 'This is an accomplished, well-constructed crime novel that deserves a wide audience....In Blue Wicked Jones takes a huge step forward as a writer.’ Keith Nixon, author of The Fix and The Eagle's Shadow Blue Wicked contains some graphic violence, strong language and a fair bit of Glasgow dialect, and is not for the faint hearted. A slang dictionary is included, along with a glossary of technical terms. An audio version of the slang dictionary is also available online, with other added content and four free sample chapters, at www.bluewicked.co.uk
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