'Full of comedy, pathos & great tunes' Hardeep Singh Kohli 'Warm, funny & evocative' Chris Brookmyre 'Dark, hilarious & heartbreaking' Muriel Gray 'If I saw that in a store I would buy it without even looking at what was inside' Irvine Welsh 'Like the vinyl that crackles off every page, The Last Days of Disco is as warm and authentic as Roddy Doyle at his very best' Nick Quantrill 'For any music fan this book is a glorious nostalgia trip - I was reminded of Trainspotting, but with disco instead of drugs. A joy to read' Grab This Book
David F. Ross was born in Glasgow in 1964 and has lived in Kilmarnock for over thirty years. He is a graduate of the Mackintosh School of Architecture at Glasgow School of Art, an architect by day, and a hilarious social media commentator, author and enabler by night. His most prized possession is a signed Joe Strummer LP. Since the publication of his debut novel The Last Days of Disco, he's become something of a media celebrity in Scotland, with a signed copy of his book going for GBP500 at auction, and the German edition has not left the bestseller list since it was published.