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Glasgow Crime Fiction - E Book Novels - A straight Forwaerd Theft

The Second Agenda

Former cop Tom McEwan, now employed in Glasgow as a private investigator, is tasked with English investigator Gavin Blakestock to trace and identify extortionists threatening to contaminate food products sold by a Birmingham based, UK retail company. However, fearing adverse publicity and financial ruin, the company Board strictly hamper McEwan and Blakestock's investigation with the firm instruction not to involve any other agency, including the police. Set an almost impossible task, the two men race against the deadline set by the resolute extortionists who will stop at nothing to achieve their aim.
Meanwhile, police in Glasgow commence the investigation into the murder of a sixteen-year-old girl found strangled in the north side of the city.
Seemingly, nothing connects either inquiry; however, unbeknown to McEwan and Blakestock and the murder investigation, a beaten and abused wife might just be the key.

E-Books - George Donald

Fictional stories from Glasgow

MURDER - GANGS - DRUGS - STABBINGS - DRINK - CRIME - PROSTITUTION - DEATH - ASSAULT - RAPE - RANGERS - FOOTBALL - CELTIC - BLADES - HEROIN - BLUE OR GREEN - SLASHINGS - POLICE - COCAINE - IRA - GANGSTERS - UDA - PARTICK THISTLE - OVERDOSE - NEDS - GUNS - HOUSING SCHEMES - STREET FIGHTS - BUCKFAST - NUT JOBS - WINE - ALCOHOLISM - ROBBERY - KNIVES - GOOD GUYS - BAD GUYS - PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW

George's World - A Fictional Glasgow?

No Mean City or the City of Culture? Is it true that Glasgow'smiles better or is it still the seedy, violent territorial warzone depicted by Alexander McArthur in his account of life in the Gorbals pre-war slums? That point can be argued by historians, politicians, police and sociologists but whatever the answer, Glasgow still makes a cracking backdrop for a good violent story. George Donald has a good knowledge of the city's dark side and this awareness provides inspiration for some darn good tales. Take a trip into the Glasgow portrayed by George and enjoy the realism of the situations populated by good, bad or downright evil characters. The stories are fictional but unfortunately the scenario's and the actions of the characters are not just figments of the imagination. Bad people exist and like them or loathe we all want to read about them. So Curl up with your e-book reader and take a trip into danger from the safety of your own mind. Once you've visited George's Glasgow you will want to go back.

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