RIP Robbie Silva: A Novella Tony Black

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RIP Robbie Silva: A Novella  by  Tony Black

RIP Robbie Silva: A Novella by Tony Black
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A hard-hitting 25,000-word noir thriller in the tradition of Jim Thompson and James M Cain, R.I.P Robbie Silva is the latest work from Tony Black, Irvine Welshs favourite British crime writer.The story…Jed Collins, fresh from jail, is strugglingMoreA hard-hitting 25,000-word noir thriller in the tradition of Jim Thompson and James M Cain, R.I.P Robbie Silva is the latest work from Tony Black, Irvine Welshs favourite British crime writer.The story…Jed Collins, fresh from jail, is struggling to go straight when he hooks up with wild child Gail.

Before long Jed is back to blagging ― with Gail in tow.But Jed has a past, and Gail has a secret about her gangster father that she wants to keep under wraps.One week in the Scottish capital for Jed and Gail turns into a bloody rollercoaster ride that leads straight to Hell.Praise for The Storm WithoutThis is an elegiac noir for the memory of a place, delivered in a prose as bleakly beautiful as the setting.– The GuardianThis is the Great Scottish Novel, got it all and just a wee shade more...

Classic.– Ken Bruen, author of HeadstoneHighly entertaining, fast paced and tightly, almost sparingly, written.– Undiscovered Scotlandanother masterclass in Tartan Noir– Daily Recorda thrilling piece of crime writing– Scottish Fieldcracking stuff– You Would Say That, Wouldnt You?Praise for Tony Black…Blacks dialogue and atmosphere crackle with authenticity.– The TimesIf youre a fan of Rankin, Mina or Welsh this is most certainly one for you.– The ScotsmanTony Blacks first novel hits the ground running, combining a sympathetic ear for the surreal dialogue of the dispossessed with a portrait of a city painted in the blackest humour.– The GuardianThe enigmatic Dury continues to be the punk rocker of the Scottish crime scene -- anarchic, rebellious and never afraid to shove his Doc Martens where theyre not wanted.– Daily RecordTony Black is my favourite British crime writer and Gus Dury the genres most interesting protagonist.

Like his previous books, Loss has the power, style and street swagger that makes most of his contemporaries a little bland by comparison.– Irvine Welsh



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