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The Long Drop Audiobook

The Long Drop

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Publisher's Summary

William Watt wants answers about his family's murder. Peter Manuel has them. But Peter Manuel is a liar.

William Watt is an ordinary businessman, a fool, a social climber.

Peter Manuel is a famous liar, a rapist, a criminal. He claims he can get hold of the gun used to murder Watt's family.

One December night in 1957, Watt meets Manuel in a Glasgow bar to find out what he knows.

Based on true events, The Long Drop is an extraordinarily unsettling, evocative and compelling novel from a writer at the height of her powers.

©2017 Denise Mina (P)2017 Random House Audiobooks

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    daisyrock nottingham 25/03/2017
    daisyrock nottingham 25/03/2017 Member Since 2016

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    What did you like most about The Long Drop?

    The narrator is brilliant.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    Isabelle Cook's dad's evidence in the dock.


    Any additional comments?

    Never sure if I agree with mixing true facts with fiction. The fictionalised version tends to get established as 'fact' along with the rest. So, in this version, Watt is guilty of arranging his family's murder, whether that's true or not. I am also not sure how much of Manuel's parents' stories/characters were true, and how much made up. That aside, this is an addictive listen and an insight into a time and place.

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