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Wednesday, 23 October 2019

☀ Silent Money: Psychological Trilogy [3] - G.D. Harper

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Silent Money, a Psychological Crime fiction by (, Matador, 229 pages).

This is the third and final book in the Psychological Trilogy series.

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He achieved what he wanted – but he didn’t want what he achieved.

Glasgow, 1972. Michael Mitchell is ambitious, talented and determined to succeed. But he learns the hard way that he will never achieve his goals in life – unless he plays by a different set of rules.

He partners with a small-time crook to help the Glasgow underworld launder the proceeds of their crimes. As the operation grows, Michael is forced to become more and more ruthless to protect what he has built up. Shocked by what he has become, he decides to leave the criminal world behind him and start a new life, respectable and honest. But the past has a way of catching up. Finally, he gambles everything on one last, desperate attempt to break free.

Silent Money is about how one person's morality becomes corrupted when society treats them unfairly, and how it then becomes impossible to keep from sliding into further depravity. It questions what we mean by good and evil, and shows the wickedness to which a person can stoop in order to realise their dreams.

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He gave up being good so that one day he'd be great.

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The Series: Psychological Trilogy

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Love's Long Road [1]

Glasgow, 1975. How do you cope when your boyfriend kills himself because of you?

When Bobbie Sinclair’s boyfriend commits suicide and blames her, she vows never to love again. Instead she chooses to lead a double existence, kind-hearted by day and promiscuous by night. She struggles to maintain the balance between light and dark and is sucked into the world of a controlling and ruthless Glasgow crime lord.

Set against a vibrant 1970s urban backdrop, this Scottish noir plots Bobbie’s desperate plight. Constantly afraid of her past catching up with her, she battles danger, adversity and drug addiction on a long and perilous road back to love.

Love’s Long Road is a dark, gritty thriller about guilt and the fear of retribution; it captures to perfection what it was like to be young, female and single in the 1970s.

[Published 28 April 2016, 384 pages]

A Friend in Deed [2]

London, a few years from now. The Russian government has set up and secretly controls the new populist political party that governs Britain

Duncan Jones, freelance political journalist and blogger, loses his weekly column at a national newspaper and turns to investigative reporting. As he visits Moscow and Ukraine to discover more about the politicians who now govern Britain, scandal follows intrigue, dark forces attempt to silence him by whatever means possible and he turns to an unlikely ally for help.

A Friend in Deed is a slick and intelligent psychological thriller set in an all-too-believable near future. It is also a story about how one man confronts the traumas in his past and works out how to resolve them.

[Published 18 October 2018, 208 pages]

About the Author

I was placed third in the 2015 Lightship Prize for first-time authors, won a 2016 Wishing Shelf Award Red Ribbon, been shortlisted at the UK Festival of Writing for Best First Chapter, longlisted in the 2017 UK Novel Writing Competition.

In 2017, I was one of twelve authors selected for Authors in the Spotlight at the Bloody Scotland book festival in Stirling, showcasing who they considered to be the best emerging talent in crime fiction, and was the only self-published author to be chosen. I have spoken at numerous other book events, including Blackwells' Writers at the Fringe at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe; a stand-alone slot at the Byres Road Book Festival in Glasgow, and the Aye Write! Book Festival, also in Glasgow.

I went to Glasgow University in 1975 and lived in the city’s West End, the time and place for the setting of the majority of Silent Money.

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