The bad fire

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HarperCollins, May 21, 2001 - Fiction - 386 pages
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Campbell Armstrong's 'The Bad Fire' is a complex thriller of crime, police corruption and secrets better left untold. Painting a very bleak picture of life in Glasgow, Armstrong also delves into politics including the Northern Ireland situation as well as the religious divide in Scotland. Unfortunately, he does not take the time to properly develop all his characters - take notes to avoid complete confusion. Though slow to start, 'The Bad Fire' is an enjoyable read.
Joanne Ahern

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Campbell Armstrong is the author of such critically acclaimed books as "Jig" & "Concert of Ghosts." He lives in Ireland.

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