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'Cracks in the Pavement' the controversial debut novel by Martin Hopkins

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Cracks in the Pavement by Martin Hopkins

Daniel Walker is an enigmatic young man in his mid-twenties, living and working in the heart of Edinburgh. He is handsome, intelligent, sleep deprived and often hungover. Dan works in a corporate office, hates his job and his moronic boss. The majority of his time is spent in various bars throughout the capital, discussing the world with his friends and where it all went wrong.

When his love interest, Emily, is attacked by a 'Dark Stranger', Dan must infiltrate an underground street community, to catch the elusive attacker. He gets caught in a deadly game of survival as he hunts for the attacker and is hunted himself. The closer he gets to finding his man, the closer he comes to living the life he was pretending to have...

"This book is rare..." 5 stars,

"Enough action, mystery and suspense to satisfy any reader. The writing was compelling and the hero's perspectives so intriguing, I couldn't put this book down!" 5 stars, The Reading Cafe.

"A brilliant debut novel...packed with punch and urgency!" 5 stars, Mary Gladstone.

"'Cracks in the Pavement' is a Dickensian look at the dizzying heights and gritty depths of a fractured modern society." 5 stars, Paul Kendall.

Jekyll & Hyde for the 21st Century. Watch out! The Professor is coming...

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