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"A cracking, breathless, plot with every sentence stiletto-heel sharp and witty." Richard Curtis. Blackadder, Love Actually, Four Weddings and a Funeral.


A lawyer running from the Russian mob. A jilted lover hard on his heels and a hitman who has them both in his sights. All three are on a collision course to a remote Scottish Island, and not all of them will be making it home. John Grisham's The Firm meets The Thomas Crown Affair and bumps into Whiskey Galore! on the way.


"Rough Music is a subtle, slick, swift-moving journey into the sinister shadowlands of finance and corruption. A most enjoyable, well-crafted debut novel that moves easily between different worlds, be it nature's wilderness or the more dangerous Badlands of our cities." Paul Doherty. The Brother Athelstan and Hugh Corbett mystery novels.

Rough Music

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