A Lovely Way To Burn

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0120140428

Apocalyptic thriller by award-winning novelist Louise Welsh.

At the height of a hot London summer, in which people are falling seriously ill from a highly contagious virus, TV shopping channel presenter Stevie Flint goes in search of her boyfriend, who has stopped returning her calls.

Louise Welsh is the author of six highly acclaimed novels including "The Cutting Room" and "The Girl on the Stairs". She is the recipient of several awards including The John Creasey Memorial Dagger, the Saltire First Book Award, the Glenfiddich/Scotland on Sunday, Spirit of Scotland Writing Award and the City of Glasgow Lord Provost's Award for Literature. In 2007 she was included in Waterstone's list of Twenty-five Authors for the Future.

Reader - Nadine Marshall

Abridger - Siân Preece

Writer - Louise Welsh

Producer - Kirsteen Cameron.

0220140429

At the height of a hot London summer, in which people are falling seriously ill from a highly contagious virus, TV shopping channel presenter Stevie Flint has discovered the body of her boyfriend, Simon Sharkey, lying dead in his bed. Still in shock, Stevie waits for the emergency services to arrive.

Apocalyptic thriller by the award-winning writer Louise Welsh.

Reader: Nadine Marshall

Abridger: Siân Preece

Writer: Louise Welsh

Producer: Kirsteen Cameron.

0320140430

At the height of a hot London summer, in which people are dying from a highly contagious virus, TV presenter Stevie Flint has discovered the body of her boyfriend, Simon Sharkey, lying dead in his flat.

Stevie has herself been laid low by the virus and, after eight days in bed, has finally recovered enough to act upon instructions left for her in a letter from Simon. She must deliver a mysterious package to his colleague, Malcolm Reah, at St Thomas' Hospital.

Extracts from the tense new thriller by the award-winning author Louise Welsh.

Reader: Nadine Marshall

Abridger: Siân Preece

Writer: Louise Welsh

Producer: Kirsteen Cameron.

0420140501

Apocalyptic thriller by the award-winning novelist Louise Welsh.

London is in meltdown as the deadly virus known as "The Sweats" spreads rapidly through the population. Despite the danger, survivor Stevie Flint is determined to continue her search for answers to the mysterious death of her boyfriend, Dr Simon Sharkey.

Reader: Nadine Marshall

Abridger: Siân Preece

Writer: Louise Welsh

Producer: Kirsteen Cameron.

0520140502

Stevie Flint has survived "The Sweats", a deadly virus spreading rapidly through the population of London. Convinced that her boyfriend, Dr Simon Sharkey, has been murdered, she ignores the chaos on the streets around her to continue her investigation into his death.

Worryingly, it appears that she has herself become a target, attacked in the car park at work. Now she is pinning her hopes on the expertise of a computer hacker to gain access to the secrets she believes lie within Simon's laptop.

Apocalyptic thriller by the award-winning author Louise Welsh.

Reader: Nadine Marshall

Abridger: Siân Preece

Writer: Louise Welsh

Producer: Kirsteen Cameron.

0620140505

Apocalyptic thriller by Louise Welsh.

London is in meltdown as a deadly virus, "The Sweats", continues to spread through the population. Ignoring the chaos around her, survivor Stevie Flint is determined to discover who, or what, killed her boyfriend.

Louise Welsh is the author of five highly acclaimed novels including "The Cutting Room" and, most recently, "The Girl on the Stairs". Louise has been the recipient of several awards including The John Creasey Memorial Dagger, the Saltire First Book Award, the Glenfiddich/Scotland on Sunday, Spirit of Scotland Writing Award and City of Glasgow Lord Provost's Award for Literature. In 2007 she was included in Waterstone's list of Twenty-five Authors for the Future.

Reader: Nadine Marshall

Abridger: Sian Preece

Writer: Louise Welsh

Producer: Kirsteen Cameron.

0720140506

London is in chaos as the deadly virus known as "The Sweats" continues to spread through the population. Despite the danger, survivor Stevie Flint refuses to leave the city; she is determined to complete her investigation into the mysterious death of her boyfriend, Doctor Simon Sharkey.

She has learned that Simon was working on a controversial treatment for cerebral palsy. Returning to his flat in search of more evidence, she makes another shocking discovery.

Apocalyptic thriller written by Louise Welsh.

Reader: Nadine Marshall

Abridger: Sian Preece

Producer: Kirsteen Cameron.

0820140507

Apocalyptic thriller by Louise Welsh.

London's population is being decimated by a deadly virus known as "The Sweats". In spite of the chaos around her, survivor Stevie Flint continues to search for answers to who, or what, caused the death of her boyfriend, Doctor Simon Sharkey.

She's discovered that Simon and his colleagues were developing a controversial treatment for cerebral palsy. Their company, Fibrosyop, was being investigated by a journalist who was killed in a street mugging a few days before Simon. The coincidence seems to confirm Stevie's suspicions that Simon was murdered.

Reader: Nadine Marshall

Abridger: Sian Preece

Writer: Louise Welsh

Producer: Kirsteen Cameron.

0920140508

Apocalyptic thriller by the award-winning author Louise Welsh.

Stevie Flint has survived 'The Sweats', a deadly virus that is decimating the population of London. Despite the danger, she is completely focused on investigating the mysterious death of her boyfriend. Searching for clues, she has sought help from Iqbal, an IT expert, to access her murdered boyfriend's laptop. But now Iqbal isn't answering his telephone and Stevie fears that something bad has happened to him, too.

Reader: Nadine Marshall

Writer: Louise Welsh

Abridger: Sian Preece

Producer: Kirsteen Cameron.

10 LAST20140509

While London burns, Stevie Flint closes in on two of her boyfriend's medical colleagues, convinced that one of them is his killer. Apocalyptic thriller by the award-winning novelist Louise Welsh.

Read by Nadine Marshall

Abridged by Sian Preece

Produced by Kirsteen Cameron.