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“So sharp that nearly every sentence could split open a haggis.”

Author: Maureen Corrigan
Newspaper, blog or website: Minneapolis Star Tribune
Date: Oct 11 2021

“As in the original Laidlaw trilogy, the writing here is so sharp that nearly every sentence could split open a haggis. (And I defy even the most ardent fans of McIlvanney and Rankin to determine which man wrote which passages.) For instance, here's a pub owner thinking back to his youth about how lucky he was to escape life in the shipyards: ‘Schooldays had been little more than a stretched-out assumption that he and his kind were destined for manual labour.’ The doctrine of social class as predestination has rarely been presented so succinctly.”

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