A Cabinetmaker's only son is brutally murdered, and the gang of thugs who killed him walk free after a bungled prosecution.
It's young Glasgow detective John McDaid's first murder case.
This is the story of their lifelong friendship, the cabinetmaker's quest for justice, and the detective's search for the truth.
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....
‘I LOVED this book and would strongly recommend it to readers who enjoy a good drama, a character-based story, as well as crime fans. It is a superb all-rounder!’
Carolne, Areadersreview blog
‘Blue Wicked is the second novel I have read by this author and I have to say that this one seriously took my breath away.’
Sarah, ByThe LettersBookReview blog
This is a must read for all crime fans which I cannot recommend enough…Giving it 5 massive stars.’
‘What I found was a gripping tale of a father’s obsession over his missing daughter, a deeply disturbing ‘bad guy’ to loathe and the dark shocking twists which turn a good thriller into a great thriller.’