A boy is caught in the crossfire of rival gang-war to control a nightclub.
Praise for short story collection Little Moscow: 'A dark new talent
A brilliant portrait of a city on the make. He has a fine eye for human frailty, a wry compassion for the doomed and a meticulous ear for dialogue
A densely plotted look at Birmingham's underclass ... Mick Scully is uncompromising in his portrayal of violence but the characters have an emotional depth and emotional insight ... His portrayal of urban criminals is worthy of Jake Arnott or Ian Rankin.
Scully's Birmingham is worth a visit ... Definitely a new writer worth keeping an eye on.
Clever, converging narratives ... [Scully's] gritty, urban tragedy is full of compassion and humour
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