by Douglas Lindsay
At the end of Murderers Anonymous, Barney Thomson’s future seemed bleak.
In fact, it seemed non-existent.
However, for a reason that he can’t quite get to the bottom of, he finds that he has a whole new lease of life as personal barber to the First Minister of the Scottish Executive.
Unexpectedly thrown into the world of political intrigue and scandal, Barney’s life is at least given some consistency when a serial killer begins to pick off members of the cabinet in a series of brutal (but very popular) murders.
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