Louise Welsh


Books by Louise Welsh

The Cutting Room

When Rilke is called to a house clearance in a respectable Glasgow suburb, he immediately knows he’s sitting on a goldmine, but the auction job turns out to have a darker side.

Reviewed on 22 January 2022 by Linda Wilson

The Second Cut

When Glasgow auctioneer Rilke’s old friend Jojo is found dead in a doorway, the police don’t seem that interested, but unlike them, Rilke isn’t quite so ready to write off Jojo’s death as an unfortunate by-product of a dissolute lifestyle.

Reviewed on 22 January 2022 by Linda Wilson

No Dominion

The community of plague survivors on Orkney is threatened by the arrival of three strangers.

Reviewed on 05 August 2017 by Linda Wilson

Death is a Welcome Guest

Magnus McFall is in prison on remand for a crime he didn’t commit. Around him, men start dying like flies – and it’s no better outside the prison walls either, as Malcolm soon finds out.

Reviewed on 04 July 2015 by Linda Wilson

A Lovely Way to Burn

With people dying like flies from a flu-like plague, what does one death matter among thousands? Despite what’s happening in the rest of the country, TV presenter Stevie Flint is determined to find out the truth about her boyfriend’s sudden death.

Reviewed on 19 April 2014 by Linda Wilson