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Brookmyre, Christopher John locked

Born Glasgow 6 Sept. 1968; s of Jack and Grace Brookmyre; m 1991, Dr Marisa Haetzman; one s



St Luke’s Secondary Sch., Barhead, Glasgow; Univ. of Glasgow (MA Hons)


Sub-ed., Screen Internat., 1989–93; freelance sub-ed., The Scotsman and Edinburgh Evening News, 1993–95


Quite Ugly One Morning, 1996; Country of the Blind, 1997; Not the End of the World, 1998; One Fine Day in the Middle of the Night, 1999; Boiling a Frog, 2000; A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away, 2001; The Sacred Art of Stealing, 2002; Be My Enemy, 2003; All Fun and Games Until Somebody Loses an Eye, 2005; A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil, 2006; Attack of the Unsinkable Rubber Ducks, 2007; A Snowball in Hell, 2008; Pandaemonium, 2009; Where the Bodies Are Buried, 2011; When the Devil Drives, 2012; Bedlam, 2013; Flesh Wounds, 2013; Dead Girl Walking, 2015; Black Widow, 2016; Want You Gone, 2017; Places in the Darkness, 2017; as Ambrose Parry: (with Marisa Haetzman) The Way of All Flesh, 2018


music, walking, tennis, watching St Mirren FC


1 Hamilton Drive, Bothwell, Glasgow G71 8RR