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The stunning new novel from the author of The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter
How does a gunman retire? Frank MacLeod was the best at what he does. Thoughtful. Efficient. Ruthless. But is he still the best?A new job. A target. But something is about to go horribly wrong. Someone is going to end up dead. Most gunmen say goodbye to the world with a bang. Frank’s still here. He’s lasted longer than he should have...
The breathtaking, devastating sequel to lauded debut The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter, How a Gunman Says Goodbye will plunge the reader back into the Glasgow underworld, where criminal organisations war for prominence and those caught up in events are tested at every turn.
The final book in the Glasgow Trilogy The Sudden Arrival of Violence will follow soon...
©2013 Malcolm Mackay (P)2013 Pan Macmillan Publishers Ltd
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By Alastair on 11-07-13

Lewis Winter didn't die in vain !!

What was one of the most memorable moments of How a Gunman Says Goodbye?

This book is better than the first as the characters become more alive.
The scene at 1am where they start the chain of phone calls is so well described and quite thrilling. Really really enjoyed this book. I'd recommend reading the first book beforehand.

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By Helen on 01-17-18

Gave up

The first 10 mins of this is spent with a character introduction which might be useful in a physical book where you can flick back and forth and remind yourself of who everyone is but it's useless in an audio book.
I'm Glaswegian, which is part of what attracted me to purchase this but so tired of stories about 'hard' men.
I wish I'd read it earlier so that I could have got my money back. Oh well.

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