New book next year – my first novel!

I’m extraordinarily excited to tell you that February 2020 will see the publication of Beneath The Streets, my first novel, by Lightning Books.

Beneath The Streets Cover

It is February 1976, and the naked corpse of an underage rent boy is fished out of a pond on Hampstead Heath. Since the police don’t seem to care, twenty-year-old Tommy Wildeblood – himself a former ‘Dilly boy’ prostitute – finds himself investigating. Dodging murderous Soho hoodlums and the agents of a more sinister power as the trail leads him from the mean streets of the capital to a lonely moor in North Devon and back again all the way to the heart of Westminster, Tommy finds himself caught up in something far bigger than he expected – a conspiracy forged at the very highest levels of the political establishment.

A gripping thriller with a cast of real-life characters, the book plays ‘what if’ with Seventies political history – with a sting in the tail that reminds us that the truth can be just as chilling as fiction.

‘A wonderfully evocative walk on the wild side of 1970s London, Beneath The Streets is darkly comic and deeply moving. A breathtaking, heartbreaking thriller.’ – Jake Arnott

‘A thrilling and brilliantly imaginative novel. It takes you into the secret world of Soho in the 1970s. But then suddenly it opens another door into the hidden world of violence and corruption that still lies underneath the England we know today’ – Adam Curtis

More details, and the opportunity to preorder a copy, here:

By Adam Macqueen

Want to leave a comment? Is it something you wouldn't mind your mother seeing? Ok, go ahead then.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s