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No Place to Die

Neil Broadfoot

8 Reviews

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Crime & mystery

From Dundee International Book Prize and Bloody Scotland book of the year nominee Neil Broadfoot comes No Place to Die, the next book in the white-knuckle Connor Fraser series.

'Tense, fast-moving and bloody. Broadfoot's best yet' Mason Cross

'Beautifully crafted . . . There's no filler, no exposition, just action, dialogue and layering of tension that'll hold you breathless until the very end' Helen Fields

Blair Charlston swapped the stock market for salvation - and now he's making a killing.

Once a controversial venture capitalist, Charlston reinvented himself as a personal and business development guru after surviving an attempt to take his own life when a business deal went disastrously wrong. So when he decides to host a weekend retreat on the outskirts of Stirling for more than 300 people, Connor Fraser is drafted in to cover the security for a man who is at once idolised as a saviour and hated as a ruthless asset stripper.

For Connor, it's an unwelcome assignment. He's never had much time for salvation by soundbite, and Charlston's notoriety is attracting the attention of reporter Donna Blake, who's asking more questions than Connor has answers for.

But when an old colleague of Donna's is found brutally bludgeoned to death, and the start of Charleston's weekend of salvation becomes a literal trial by fire, Connor must race to unmask a killer whose savagery is only matched by their cunning.

Praise for Neil Broadfoot

'Broadfoot is here, and he's ready to sit at the table with some of the finest crime writers Scottish fiction has to offer' Russel D. McLean

'Cracking pace, satisfyingly twisty plot. A great read' James Oswald

'Crisp dialogue, characters you believe and a prose style that brings you back for more . . . a fine addition to a growing roster of noir titles with a tartan tinge' Douglas Skelton

'This is Broadfoot's best to date, a thriller that delivers the thrills: energetic, breathlessly paceyand keeping you guessing till the end.' Craig Russell

'Neil Broadfoot hits the ground running and doesn't stop. With the very beating heart of Scotland at its core, your heart too will race as you reach the jaw dropping conclusion of this brilliant thriller. First class!' Denil Meyrick

'A deliciously twisty thriller that never lets up the pace. Thrills, spills, chills and kills' Donna Moore

'An explosive, gripping page-turner with dark and utterly twisted murders. Simply brilliant!' Danielle Ramsay

'An atmospheric, twisty and explosive start to a new series by one of the masters of Scottish fiction. Get your wee mitts on it.' Angela Clarke

'No Man's Land is a stunning, fast-paced, multi-layered thriller. Disturbing poli
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Praise for No Place to Die

  • This is Broadfoot's best to date, a thriller that delivers the thrills: energetic, breathlessly pacey and keeping you guessing till the end

  • Great set of characters, wonderfully grisly and grim, and a cracking pace. Top stuff!

  • A deliciously twisty thriller that never lets up the pace. Thrills, spills, chills and kills

  • A frantic, pacy read with a compelling hero

  • An author on the top of his game - Crime Fiction Lover

  • Broadfoot is here, and he's ready to sit at the table with some of the finest crime writers Scottish fictions has to offer

  • Broadfoot is the real deal. A superb debut - Crimesquad.com

  • Cracking pace, satisfyingly twisty plot. A great read

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Neil Broadfoot

Neil Broadfoot worked as a journalist for 15 years at both national and local newspapers, including The Scotsman, Scotland on Sunday and the Evening News, covering some of the biggest stories of the day. A poacher turned gamekeeper, he has since moved into communications: providing media relations advice for a variety of organisations, from emergency services to government and private clients in the City.

Neil is married to Fiona and a father to two girls, meaning he's completely outnumbered in his own home. He lives in Dunfermline, the setting for his first job as a local reporter.

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