Travel into the dark underworld of Glasgow, Scotland, in the suspenseful, award-winning organized-crime thriller series that the New York Times calls “habit-forming.”
Hit man Calum MacLean has finally had enough of killing. And he’s planning an unprecedented escape just as his employers need him the most — Glasgow’s biggest criminal organizations are gearing up for a final, fatal confrontation.
The panic over Calum’s abrupt disappearance may finally give Detective Michael Fisher the chance he needs to close the case of a lifetime. But first, he must track down a man who has become a master at staying in the shadows.
“[Mackay’s] Glasgow Trilogy is classic . . . The subject is organized crime, but it’s the author’s blunt eloquence that matters. Don’t pick up a Mackay book unless you’ve got spare time. They’re habit-forming.” —Janet Maslin, The New York Times
“It’s been a long time since so many pages went by so fast . . . Mackay is a natural storyteller [with] a voice to which we’re happy to surrender. Surprisingly rewarding . . . a thriller trilogy that thrills. “–Dennis Drabelle, The Washington Post
“Bracing . . . remarkable.” —Adam Woog, Seattle Times