Paul McGraw: Kid to Killer by Paul Elliott
Paperback: 342 pages
Publisher: Independently published (2 Jun. 2017)
BLURB: A fifteen year old boy sees it as his duty to rid Edinburgh of the scum that prey on the innocent people of the city. He finds that to punish the guilty he must first face fear,loss and betrayal.
He will soon discover things aren’t always as they seem, and there are other people who have uses for a young killer as well as bigger forces at play.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Paul Elliott, born in Edinburgh in 1974 is the creator and writer of the book Paul McGraw: Kid To Killer which is available now on the kindle store
Having grown up in some of the roughest areas of Edinburgh and leaving Wester Hailes Education Centre after year one with no qualifications, he joined the army as a junior officer at 15 years old but very quickly realised it wasn’t for him.
Paul then moved onto being a nightclub bouncer, debt collector, personal security provider and car dealer before trying his hand at writing a novel.
Facebook: Paul Elliott/Author
This book was Interesting and had some wonderful areas where the descriptions were just amazing.
With that being said there were issues I had following the speech patterns in this book. It is hard because to me I love the idea of regional dialects but without knowing these it’s hard to really track.
Don’t get me wrong the book was good but for me I was getting lost in the speech instead of what was happening. Good job though and is still a wondrous book.