Smokeheads - Doug Johnstone Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Doug Johnstone / ISBN: 0571260632 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Faber and Faber
Newest Review: ... and others in the pub that evening for some drinks. When she gets there the party is in full swing with Roddy having scored ... more
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Four thirty something friends head to the Scottish island of Islay for a weekend of drug taking and whisky tasting. Friends since their university days, it was a mutual passion for whisky that brought them together but since then their lives have taken different paths. Brash, confident Roddy makes a fortune working in futures; Luke, the quiet one, is a musician who records film soundtracks; happily married Ethan works for the Royal Bank of Scotland; and Adam sells tacky souvenirs (and the odd bottle of Scotch) to tourists in a shop on the Royal Mile. For three of the lads this is a party weekend, a chance to let of steam and get steaming drunk, but one of them has an ... Read the complete review
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