Charlie Wiggs is a quiet, unassuming accountant who has worked in a Glasgow firm for thirty years. When he agreed to look after a package for a work colleague he didn't expect to be flung from the roof of a forty storey building. He didn't intend to be caught up in a world of money laundering and blackmail. Nor did he ever think he would find himself being hunted by a vicious criminal gang. Forced to flee for his life Charlie is reluctantly joined by George, a maintenance man and George's girlfriend -Tina The trio find themselves falling into a world that they are ill equipped to deal with. A world populated by criminals and death. A world that gives them three choices - to run, to die or to fight back
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Gordon Brown was born and lives in Glasgow - having spent twenty five years in the sales and marketing world working on everything from alcohol to global charities and from TV to lingerie. Gordon started out life packing shelves for Sainsbury's before moving to Canada to join the brewery business. He set up his own marketing business in 2001 and has an honours degree from Strathclyde along with an MBA from Nottingham Trent University and is married with two children. Gordon has been writing for twenty years but this is his debut novel.Review:
guaranteed to keep you turning the pages until the very last twist.A" Richard Draycott, Editor - The Drum "With its sharp witty dialogue, plot twists, and no small dose of humour, this debut novel kept me thoroughly entertained." Alison Lawrence.
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Book Description Fledgling Press, Edinburgh, 2009. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. 1st Edition. First edition first printing of the first novel by this author. In fine unread condition. Language: eng. Bookseller Inventory # 15102
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