Win a copy of Triona Scully's 'Nailing Jess' from the Booked programme
On the 'Booked' programme on Pulse 98.4 at 2.00pm on Sunday 2 July with a repeat on Tuesday 4 July at 1.00pm, Triona Scully joins presenter Shirley Whiteside to talk about her unusual crime novel Nailing Jess in which all the traditional gender roles have been swapped, with funny and thought-provoking consequences.
Nailing Jess was published on 26 June 2017 by Cranachan Publishing and is available for e-book purchase and paperback purchase.
You can win a copy of 'Nailing Jess' thanks to Shirley Whiteside on the Pulse 'Booked' programme. All you have to do is to win a copy of Triona Scully's funny and thought-provoking novel, Nailing Jess, answer the following question: George Eliot is the pen name of which English writer?
Welcome to Withering, a small town with a big problem in modern, matriarchal Britain. Here the women wear the trousers, while the men hold the handbags. Literally.
There’s a serial strangler on the loose and the bodies of teenage boys are piling up on maverick D.C.I. Jane Wayne’s patch. Wayne needs to catch ‘The Withering Wringer’, but it’s not going to be easy. Demoted for her inappropriate behaviour, she must take orders from a man—and not just any man—an ugly one. Still, at least she can rely on her drug stash from a recent police raid to keep her sane.
Shocking. Funny. Clever. A gender-bending, Agatha-Christie-meets-Chris-Brookmyre, mash-up. Simply genius. Triona Scully’s debut novel takes classic crime and turns it on its head with a deliciously absurd comic twist.
Booked with Shirley Whiteside, Sunday 2 July at 2.00-3.00pm and repeated, Tuesday 4 July at 1.00pm.