All decisions have consequences, but some have consequences you can't imagine.
Train was no mastermind. He was just the muscle. The kind of guy they bring in to push someone around a little. But just lately the only gigs he can get involve standing outside clubs in a second hand suit; trying to keep his temper every time a drunk swears at him to impress his girlfriend. But then he runs into Galbraith. And Galbraith has a line on a job in Eastern Europe. Train can get out of London for a while; travel, escape the clinging girlfriend he no longer wants. And the money is good.
There are only two things about it that bother him. For a start, Galbraith's an idiot. The other is that no-one knows what the job involves or, if they do, they aren't saying. And if they'd mentioned Bigfoot, or stealing the Great Wall of China, he probably would have thought twice about the whole thing.
But, by the time he finds out, it's too late to walk away.
‘The writing concisely entertaining, very well researched, and with very amusing turns of phrase and hilarious events. I am sure Douglas Adams would have loved reading ‘Dogs on the Highway.’’ — jj9k
‘Keeps the tension up right to the end. Would make a great film.’ — SRG ‘Another great read from Mr Welsh! I love the humour in all the books, this one had that & more — violence, tension & intrigue!’ — Rachel Leeder
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