Docherty

His face made a fist at the world. The twined remnant of umbilicus projected vulnerably. Hands, feet and prick. He had come equipped for the job. Newborn Conn Docherty, raw as a fresh wound, lies between his parents in their tenement room, with no birthright but a life's labour in the pits of his small town. But the world is changing, and, lying next to him, Conn's father Tam has decided that his son's life will be different from his own. Gritty, dark and tender, McIlvanney's Docherty is a modern classic.

Protection
DRM Protected
Format
EPUB
Contributor
Hugh McIlvanney (Introduction author)
Publication date
November 28, 2013
Publisher
Collection
Page count
368
ISBN
9781782111795
Paper ISBN
9781782119616