'The most exciting crime writer to have emerged in Britain for years' Ian Rankin
GIRLFRIEND. WITNESS. MURDERER?
When psychiatric patient Maureen O'Donnell finds her boyfriend dead in her living room, she is thrown into a difficult situation. Glasgow police view her as both a suspect and an unstable witness - and even her mother is convinced of her involvement.
Feeling betrayed by friends and family, Maureen begins to doubt her own version of events. Panic-stricken, she sets out in pursuit of the truth and soon picks up a horrifying trail of deception and suppressed scandal. Then a second body is discovered. Maureen realises that unless she gets to the killer first, her life is in danger...
'One of the most original voices in crime fiction' Daily Mail
With an introduction by VAL McDERMID
*Don't miss Denise Mina's most recent thriller, the Costa 2020 shortlisted, THE LESS DEAD*
Thought-provoking and sparkily written... A perceptive, surprisingly upbeat read
Funny, raw, compassionate, often brutal, Garnethill turns a wry humour on the shortcomings of its very human characters
Splendidly written... magnificently readable
One of the most exciting writers to have emerged in Britain for years
Mina can chill your blood and break your heart in the same sentence
Ruth Ware, Abir Mukherjee, Lisa Jewell and more on the crime books that shaped them – and the genre itself.
There's a distinctly Scottish flavour to this month's podcast as we discuss the idea of home with Annalena McAfee, the concept of borders with Rory Stewart and walk the streets of Glasgow on the trail of a serial killer with Denise Mina