❮Reading❯ ➻ Gravy Train Author Tess Makovesky – Bluevapours.co.uk Crime pays So barmaid Sandra thinks when she overhears details of a betting scam and wins herself and fat husband Mike eighty thousand pounds But they've reckoned without mugger Lenny lying in wait ou Crime pays So barmaid Sandra thinks when she overhears details of a betting scam and wins herself and fat husband Mike eighty thousand pounds But they've reckoned without mugger Lenny lying in wait outside the betting shop door And he's reckoned without a top notch car thief his own devious boss a fellow gang member with a grudge and Sandra's unpleasant almost Uncle George Chaos ensues as a whole bunch of disparate and desperate characters chase the bag of money around Birmingham's back streets Plenty of them help themselves to the cash but none of them are good at hanging onto it As they hurtle towards a frantic showdown on the banks of the local canal will any of them see their ill gotten gains again Or will their precious Gravy Train come shuddering to a halt Advance Praise for Gravy Train Tess Makovesky's Gravy Train is a terrifically entertaining raucous and rough 'n' tumble Brit Grit crime caper that will leave you breathless Paul D Brazill author of Last Year's Man A Case of Noir and Guns of Brixton Gravy Train is my kind of crime fiction Real people real stakes real fun Jay Stringer author of Ways to Die in Glasgow and How to Kill Friends and Implicate Peoplei.
Liverpool lass Tess is now settled in the far north of England where she roams the fells with a brolly dreaming up new stories and startling the occasional sheepTess writes a distinctive brand of British comédie noir and her short stories have darkened the pages of various anthologies and magazines including Shotgun Honey Pulp Metal Magazine Drag Noir Fox Spirit Rogue Near to the Knuc.
- 284 pages
- Gravy Train
- Tess Makovesky
- 14 January 2016 Tess Makovesky