There has always been a rock and roll swagger in Christopher Brookmyre’s writing. His thrillers are an action packed riot of sharp humour, social commentary and strong, likeable characters. In Dead Girl Walking, Brookmyre reprises his (now post Levison discredited) investigative journalist Jack Parlabane searching for a lost rock star. The narrative alternates between Parlabane’s search and the tour blog of a young naive musician on her first tour. The plot twists around the darker business interests that lurk beneath the surface of the music industry. As with most Brookmyre novels its all tremendous fun.
Length of Read:Medium
Might appeal to people who enjoyed…
Tartan noir in technicolour. If tempted check out the ebook short story The Last Day of Christmas which acts as a prelude to Dead Girl Walking
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