Edition: Paperback
ISBN: 9780571222858
No of pages: 208



Norman Miller used to be one of Fleet Street's finest. Now he's a middle-aged, burned-out hack with a gift for the sensational story, the shouting tabloid lead. But as he reports on a series of brutal murders and sex crimes, he's forced to wonder whether he is just a witness - or part of some deeper pattern of cause and effect ...

'Remarkable ... Devastating ... Required reading for anyone interested in what British fiction should be doing today.' Stephen Amidon, Esquire


Categorised as: Fiction
Sub-categories: General Fiction
Places: Fleet Street
Genres & Themes: Modern Britain; Journalism
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