The Deaths of December by Susi Holliday - the perfect gift for that special serial killer in your life; House of Spines by Michael J Malone - a ghost story with a final twist worthy of a dirty big
torque wrench; Ed's Dead by Russel D McLean - a fiendishly funny murder romp set in Glasgow; All of a Winter's Night by Phil Rickman - a crime novel where the dark side of Morris dancing equals the raw violence of Fight Club; The Book of Dust by Philip Pullman - the prequel to His Dark Materials trilogy.
There was enough of a cloud hanging over the Derby picture without a dirty big
black one travelling over York and dumping enough rain to stop us getting a look at Cracksman in the Dante.
Now they profess immaculate innocence for serious charges of dipping their dirty big
hands in the public coffers.
Considering 75,580 packed into Ibrox McNamee could have made a dirty big
rod to beat himself but instead he was truly magnificent, United earned themselves a 0-0 draw and one foot was already in Budapest for the final.
She makes the same threat every year As the charra crawls slowly along the golden mile The sight of spectacular illuminations sends us Kids into a temporary trance, on our way home We sing on top note about sixty 'coppers' Chasing our 'charra-bang' How fortunate we kids from Fonnie-oy were Belonging to a dirty big
society of caring folks Who took precious time out to give us a magical night At the famous Blackpool Illuminations Happy Days and Nights
Unfortunately, the dirty big
secret is that tons and tons of fish taken on recreational trips are sold through "back door" traffic, much of it apparently legal and a bunch more illegal on the sly.
I'll make an exception for the young lady in the tartan underpants (who should be signed up immediately by Racing For Change), but I'm not so sure about the young man with the tartan trousers and the dirty big
tattoo all across his chest.
Then ask how four male officials, plus two male managers did not know that a goal should be disallowed if the ball bounces into the net off a dirty big
There's a dirty big
hole in the tomatoes, which are all green, and it had obviously been living there.
From now on I, and many others, will be bulk-buying my cigarettes and booze abroad, leaving a dirty big
hole in the Treasury coffers - or should that be coughers?
Eugene has a dirty big
secret that's getting dirtier, bigger and - well, deeper - every day.
When we heard for definite that he hit the wee lad, no one would go near or wanted to go near the dirty big
In the course of your job, let's suppose you have cause to hit a dirty big
lump of metal many, many times a day, week in, week out, month after month, like in the old days before manual labour was replaced by ranks of people with headsets growing from th eir heads answering telephone inquiries.
The Love Canal is the dirty big
secret of the Falls.