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Butcher (Hardback)

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Detective Lou Perlman has become an outcast from police HQ, doomed by a sadistic Chief-Superintendent to a seemingly infinite 'sick-list'. Deprived of doing battle with Glasgow's criminal underworld - which he needs the way a junkie needs a fix - he's barred from participating in the investigation of the bloodbath that has rocked the foundations of the city's lower depths. A new man has powered and blasted his way to the top of Glasgow's gangster fraternity, Reuben Chuck, a villain who promotes cruelty and murder even as he pursues an inscrutable religious awakening of his own. Only a gruesome discovery made in Perlman's own house invigorates him, and launches him into a simple inquiry that quickly becomes a ganglia of perplexities - the whereabouts of his missing love Miriam, body parts, a seemingly haunted house, dubious part-time surgeons, a mob of dangerous hooded teenagers, a ferret, and his own family's history - all leading, inexorably, strangely, to the deathly terrain of Reuben Chuck. In "Butcher", nothing is ever cleancut.

Fiction & PoetryCrime & Thrillers Publisher: Allison & Busby Publication Date: 03/07/2006 ISBN-13: 9780749081416  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Campbell Armstrong was born in Glasgow. He has a degree in philosophy from the University of Sussex, and has taught creative writing at the State University of New York and at Arizona State University. After 20 years in the USA he moved to Ireland with his wife Rebecca. Armstrong has written numerous bestsellers during his career and his latest series featuring Lou Perlman has proved hugely successful. Armstrong has three sons and a daughter, and lives in an old house in Glasgow reputed to be haunted.

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