Morbid Relations is the story of Rob Argyll, an unsuccessful stand up comedian. Following his mother’s death he returns for the first time in years to his family in their Glasgow home. Rob struggles to relate to his somewhat dysfunctional family, seeming to bounce from one mistake to another while simultaneously trying to make amends for his long absence. The narrative is a darkly comic take on modern Scottish life, family relationships, and finally trying to grow up.
Jonathan Whitelaw is a journalist. After working on the frontline media of Scottish politics, he first reached global audiences with articles appearing in broadsheets, tabloids and magazines like The Sun, STV, Daily Mail and The Author. Subjects he has covered have varied from the arts, culture and sport to fashion, music and radioactive waste, with everything in between.
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by on October 21, 2016
- ringwood publishing, November 2015
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