The spotlight can be murder...
In Quintin Jardine's Screen Savers, Oz Blackstone attempts to put the past behind him, before crime comes creeping back to meet him. Perfect for fans of Ian Rankin and Peter May.
'Screen Savers is a novel that engages you from the start' - Dundee Evening Telegraph
For Oz Blackstone, the days of getting into trouble for a living, otherwise known as being a private enquiry agent, could soon be behind him. An undercover stint posing as a TV wrestling Master of Ceremonies has convinced him that he might just have a bit of a hidden theatrical talent. So when Oz gets the chance of a bit-part in a movie, it seems like an offer he can't refuse - even though his own life is fast developing a dramatic storyline of its own, with a frightening series of accidents befalling people close to him. And when the female lead is kidnapped from the set in a bizarre echo of the movie's rollercoaster plot, fiction and reality come together in a terrifying climax. But has Oz got what it takes to save the day?
What readers are saying about Screen Savers:
'A book of so many twists and turns... what an outcome, would never have worked that one out'
'A first class yarn'