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The Last Good Man by Thomas McMullan

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      About Book :

      Duncan Peck has travelled alone to Dartmoor in search of his cousin. He has come from the city, where the fires are always burning.

      In his cousin's village, Peck finds a place with tea rooms and barley fields, a church and a schoolhouse. Out here, the people live an honest life - and if there's any trouble, they have a way to settle it. They sit in the shadow of a vast wall, inscribed with strange messages. Anyone can write on the wall, anonymously, about their neighbours, about any wrongdoing that might hurt the community. Then comes the reckoning.

      The stranger from the city causes a stir. He has not been there long before the village wakes up to the most unspeakable accusation; sentences daubed on the wall that will detonate the darkest of secrets.

      A troubling, uncanny book about fear and atonement, responsibility and justice, and the violence of writing in public spaces, The Last Good Man dares to ask: what hope can we place in words once extinction is in the air?
       
      About the Author :
       
      Thomas McMullan is a writer, critic and journalist whose work has appeared in publications including the GuardianObserver, Times Literary SupplementFrieze and BBC News, and has been published in 3:AM Magazine, Lighthouse and Best British Short Stories. He has worked with visual artists, game studios and theatre companies in London, Amsterdam, Beijing and Los Angeles. He lives in London.

      Highlights

      Brand New International Books
      Author(s) Thomas McMullan
      Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
      Number Of Pages 320
      Isbn 978-1526609274
      Genre Fiction & Literature
      Edition (10 September 2021)
      Binding Paperback
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