Watch Him Die Watch Him Die

Watch Him Die

'Truly difficult to put down'

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NOMINATED FOR THE McILVANNEY PRIZE 2020 FOR SCOTTISH CRIME BOOK OF THE YEAR

'Truly difficult to put down’ Daily Mail 

'High-concept plot keeps the 'tecs and the reader on their toes’ Sunday Times Crime Club

'Robertson is a master storyteller . . . never less than gripping’ Scotsman

'Devilishly clever . . . This might be his best yet'  SJI Holliday​, author of Violet

'Perfect for fans of Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh' Reader review 

ONLY ONE PERSON CAN SAVE YOU. AND HE WANTS YOU DEAD. 
 
Police find a man dead at his home in Los Angeles. Nothing suggests foul-play but elements of the victim’s house show that something is deeply wrong.

Meanwhile, in Glasgow, DI Rachel Narey is searching for a missing young woman – and the man she suspects of killing her.

When a feed broadcasting the slow and painful death of a final victim is discovered, these two cases become linked.

There’s no way to identify him.
No way to find him
No way to save him.
Not without the cooperation of a killer.

And the only way he will cooperate is if he can watch him die.

Praise for Craig Robertson:

'Robertson does something bold with this one, adding a storyline set in America, and he pulls it off magnificently . . . The links to real murders from history, most notably The Black Dahlia case, are soon brought to the fore and the investigation’s relevance to Narey’s own search for a missing woman in Glasgow is made apparent via some skillful plotting' Spectator 

‘A maestro of Tartan noir . . . High-concept plot keeps the 'tecs and the reader on their toes’ Sunday Times, Crime Club

‘Exceptionally talented . . . Robertson’s skill in matching the atmosphere of LA with that of Scotland is mightily impressive, as is his ability to maintain the suspense that lies at the heart of the search for a dying man. This is truly difficult to put down’ Daily Mail

'Robertson is a master storyteller – sensitive, realistic, terrifying and humorous – and Watch Him Die is never less than gripping’ The Scotsman

'Robertson’s latest criminal masterpiece . . . a thoroughly modern, breathless thriller that not only showcases the writer’s broad spectrum of talents. Plenty for fans to get on board with here and a fantastic introduction to one of Scotland’s premier crime writers’ Scottish Sun

'Brilliantly and sensitively written' Steve Cavanagh, bestselling author of Thirteen

'I can't recommend this book highly enough' Martina Cole

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2020
June 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
400
Pages
PUBLISHER
Simon & Schuster UK
SELLER
Simon & Schuster Digital Sales LLC
SIZE
2.2
MB

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