'Delectably nasty' NEW YORK POST'An amoral romp of a thing ... never less than compelling.' THE HERALD'Guthrie has created a novel which is easily the match for any of the modern American masters of the noir genre. THE BIG ISSUE *****'A stone cold classic , , , the most exciting novel I've read since Ellroy put out White Jazz' BULLET MAGAZINERobin Greaves is an armed robber whose professionalism is put to the test when he discovers his wife has been sleeping with a fellow gang member. Greaves plans the ultimate revenge, but things go from bad to worse when the gang bungles a post office robbery, leaving carnage in their wake. Suddenly they are stalked by the police, sleazy private eyes and a cold-blooded killer who may be the only one not looking for a cut of the money. Allan Guthrie is one of crime fiction's toughest new writers, with an outstanding ear for dialogue, a sharp sense of humour and a breathless pace. Get gripped.