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The Point of No Return

So . . . it’s springtime, green shoots are out, hairdressers are about to reopen, we’re all getting vaccinated and optimism’s in the air. And Neil Broadfoot’s latest is out in paperback – hurrah!  Neil’s addictive and adrenaline-fuelled series is set in Stirling, home of Bloody Scotland, so if you’re needing a pre-September fix of the town, look no further than here.

The Point of No Return is Connor Fraser’s third outing and this one starts with the release of a killer who years previously had murdered two Stirling university students on campus.  He’s now been asked to write his autobiography, causing outrage among the local populace, but his PR agency know of a protection expert in Stirling who can keep him safe . . . Enter Connor Fraser.

If you haven’t discovered Neil Broadfoot yet, then you really should give him a go; described by Ian Rankin as ‘a true rising star of crime fiction’, read this and you’ll feel as if you haven’t missed out on last year’s Stirling experience!

And fingers crossed we’ll all be back in the bar of the Golden Lion later this year.

Krystyna Green