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RIP Robbie Silva: A gripping and twisty thriller you'll find impossible to put down. Kindle Edition
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Tony Black is an award-winning novelist and author of 12 books. He has written three crime series set in the UK which have been published in the USA and translated into a number of languages.
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19 July 2015
When fresh out of jail Jed Collins meets Gail Silva sparks fly pretty much right from the start. She’s a stunning firecracker and whole heap of trouble but when Jed gets mixed up in a robbery, with her gangster father Robbie Silva then things really get explosive. Author Tony Black laces the narrative with authentic local language and adult humour, while glimpses of Jed’s turbulent past give a greater depth to the story, delivering an emotional punch in this sizzling crime novella set in Edinburgh from popular author Tony Black. Once again Blasted Heath publishing unleash another crime classic.
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10 October 2012
Don't miss out on this great wee romp of a tale from master criminal writer, Tony Black. He fair takes you on a right wee hurl through the streets of our capital city, dodging the filth, shotgun and girl in tow. We all know where men keep their brains and RIP Robbie Silva is a cautionary tale about the scrapes men can get into when they see a great rack. Read this in one sitting, perfect in every way, shape and form; a real treat for all readers of contemporary Scottish crime fiction.
2 December 2012
There is no shortage of Edinburgh crime writing but Tony Black has managed to create a character and an angle that in no way suffers by comparison with Rankin or Welsh. It's no surprise to read that Black is Welsh's favourite Scottish writer. This was a great read. My only complaint? It was over all too soon!
5 March 2016
One of the very few books I have been unable to finish reading,relies on bad language and ridiculous rhyming slang,even tho the chief character claims to hate Londoners.Strongly suspect I will feel the same way about the other two books I already purchased by this author