Call Him Mine : 'A gritty crime novel for those who were glued to Narcos or Sicario' (Dead Good)
'TOUGH AND UNCOMPROMISING: YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU READ IT'
'Call Him Mine pulls you in by the eyeballs, steals your wallet, tramples on your heartstrings, and somehow leaves you feeling uplifted and alive'
Paul Murray, author of Skippy Dies
NOBODY ASKED US TO LOOK.
EVERY DAY, EVER SINCE, I STILL WISH WE HADN'T.
Jaded reporter Andrew and his photographer boyfriend, Carlos, are sick of sifting the dregs of Mexico's drug war: from cartel massacres to corrupt politicians, they think they've
But when they find a body even the police are too scared to look at, what started out as just another assignment becomes the sort of story all reporters dream of…
…until Carlos pushes for answers too fast, and winds up murdered, leaving Andrew grief-stricken and flailing for answers, justice, and revenge.
'A hilarious, gripping, poetic off-the-wall crime story set in a delirious Mexican underworld. I loved it' Adrian McKinty, author of The Chain
'A gritty crime novel for those who were glued to Narcos or Sicario'
'Terrifying, riveting, emotionally wrenching… MacGabhann is a writer of gritty poetic genius. This is the wired, fevered, enthralling Mexico City I live in' Francisco Goldman, author of Say Her Name