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All the Devils

  • RRP: £8.99 (print) / £3.99 (ebook)
  • Format: Paperback
  • Extent: 240 pages
  • Dimensions (mm): 198 x 129
  • ISBN: 9781910192535
  • Ebook ISBN: 9781910192542
  • Genres: Crime & thriller, Fiction
  • Book tags: crime, thriller
  • Publication date: September 22, 2016


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A tale of police corruption, underworld power struggles and killers with an insatiable lust for violence… All the Devils are here. 

Crime journalist Doug McGregor is damaged goods, struggling to recover from a clash with a psychotic killer. So a dead-of-night encounter with a seedy blackmailer is enough to send Doug feral.

With his own demons threatening to engulf him, Doug’s already fraught relationship with DS Susie Drummond is tested to the limit when a brutal murder resurrects the spectre of a drunken one-night stand that has undermined her dignity, dogged her career and now detonates her judgement.

Confronted by enemies who will use any weapon, however depraved or barbarous, Doug and Susie are both on the line as they uncover a conspiracy that reaches deeper than even they can imagine.

REVIEWS OF All the Devils

“An excellent addition to the series. Cracks along at a great pace, with all of Broadfoot’s trademark grittiness.” James Oswald

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All the Devils

About the author

Neil Broadfoot

Neil Broadfoot’s high-octane debut, Falling Fast, introduced readers to the dark world of crime journalist Doug McGregor and DS Susie Drummond. Widely praised by critics and readers alike, it immediately established Neil as a fixture on the Tartan Noir scene, and was shortlisted for the Bloody Scotland Crime Book of the Year and the Dundee International Book Prize.

Before writing fiction, Neil worked as a journalist for 15 years at national and local newspapers, covering some of the biggest stories of the day.

Praise for Falling Fast and The Storm:

Falling Fast by Neil Broadfoot: Scotland isn’t going to run out of great crime fiction any time soon.” Chris Brookmyre

“The chapters are a series of stabs, swift, to the point… The knots in the plot unravel with timely stealth.” Tom Adair, Scotsman

“Neil Broadfoot has established himself as something of a heavy- weight newcomer in the world of Tartan Noir. The Storm … is a swift, clean-cut thriller.” Rebecca Monks, The List

“Fast-paced and extremely disturbing, this book is a must-read for lovers of Tartan Noir. Extremely highly recommended.” Amanda Gillies, Eurocrime

“There are dead ends and shocks aplenty before this story pans out in spectacularly dramatic fashion. … Another cracker from an author on the top of his game.” Crime Fiction Lover

“A perfect whodunit.” Edinburgh Evening News

“With The Storm Neil Broadfoot has established himself as a pro- fessional author and a member of the growing house of Tartan Noir. The Storm is a great read.” Edinburgh Reporter

“A gripping page turner with prose like a sniper’s bullet – straight, true and hitting the mark. Falling Fast was an astonishing debut. The Storm shows it was no fluke.” Douglas Skelton

“Neil Broadfoot is the one to watch.” Magnus Linklater

“Broadfoot is the real deal. A superb debut.”