Before The Devil Knows You're Dead by Owen MullenBefore The Devil Knows You're Dead by Owen Mullen

Before The Devil Knows You're Dead

byOwen Mullen

Paperback | March 21, 2017

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Charlie’s Back!

Gavin Law was a whistleblower.

Now he’s missing.

Just another case for Glasgow PI, Charlie Cameron, until he discovers there is more to Law and his disappearance than anyone imagined.

Wallace Maitland, the surgeon responsible for leaving a woman brain-damaged may have abandoned his sacred oath and become a killer. Did the hospital which refused to accept responsibility for the tragedy have Law silenced permanently? Or, with his wife little more than a vegetable, has David Cooper, believing he has been betrayed yet again, taken justice into his own hands?

Charlie comes to realise the world of medicine can be a dangerous place.

Across the city, East End gangster, Sean Rafferty is preparing to exploit the already corrupt city council in a multi-million pound leisure development known as Riverside. The project will be good for Glasgow. But not everybody is keen to work with Rafferty.  

With more than money at stake, Sean will do anything to get his way. His motto, borrowed from his old man, is simple. Never take a no from somebody who can give you a yes.

If that means murder, then so be it.

Charlie has crossed Rafferty’s path before and lived to tell the tale.

He may not be so lucky a second time.

Title:Before The Devil Knows You're DeadFormat:PaperbackDimensions:274 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.62 inPublished:March 21, 2017Publisher:Bloodhound BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1912175096

ISBN - 13:9781912175093


Editorial Reviews

“Terrifically gritty crime. Mullen does a great job.”

Phil Leader

“So well-written it puts Owen Mullen amongst the all-time great writers.”

Martin Pickering

“Had high hopes for this one. It delivered… Bucket-loads.”

David Baird

“There is such a chill with Owen Mullen’s books that it makes me feel that this is happening somewhere in Glasgow right now.”

Susan Hampson