Compelling story-telling at a dashing pace, with a superb eye for post-war Glasgow — Daily Mail
There is much in Gallowglass to admire: the authority of voice, the period detail that brings the 1940s convincingly alive, the authentic feel of the various worlds the story inhabits... A John Buchan-like tale of a race against time — Scotsman
Ferris has created a heady crime fiction cocktail. Mix standard Glasgow Grit, Tartan Noir, a redoubtable hero - Douglas Brodie - and top it off with a dash of the threadbare and desperate world of Britain in the years immediately after World War II — www.crimefictionlover.com
Extraordinary... I just could not put (it) down until the nerve-racking conclusion — www.eurocrime.co.uk
The new Ian Rankin — Daily Mail
Gordon Ferris is the natural heir of Stevenson and Buchan — Val McDermid
The final, jaw-dropping instalment in the Glasgow Quartet, from multi-CWA-Dagger-shortlisted author Gordon Ferris.