Complicity n. 1. the fact of being an accomplice, esp. in a criminal act.
A few spliffs, a spot of mild S&M, phone through the copy of tomorrow's front page, catch up with the latest from your mystery source - could be big, could be very big - in fact, just a regular day at the office for free-wheeling, substance-abusing Cameron Colley, a fully paid-up Gonzo hack on an Edinburgh newspaper. The source is pretty thin, but Cameron senses a scoop and checks out a series of bizarre deaths from a few years ago - only to find that the police are checking out a series of bizarre deaths that are happening right now. And Cameron just might know more about it than he'd care to admit.…
"A remarkable novel...superbly crafted, funny, and intelligent." (Financial Times)
"A stylishly executed and well-produced study of fear, loathing, and victimisation which moves towards doom in measured steps." (Observer)
"Ingenious, daring, and brilliant." (Guardian)
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I'm only halfway though it but the plot is good and I like Iain Banks' novels.
Yes, but only if you can cope with someone who's reading as if they're racing to the finish line.
He reads too fast and in a rather jaunty tone of voice that doesn't really suit the story. I thought my music player was on double speed.
- Wendy "Say something about yourself!"