The dramatic novel from the writer and creator of Brookside, Hollyoaks and Grange Hill.
Three years ago, Janey Nolan was murdered in the centre of town. Today, no one knows who did it.
Sick of waiting for the powers that be to rid the streets and school gates of dealers, druggies and parasites, Janey's brothers want to avenge her death. While Sean decides to explore the routes and corridors of political power, Joey chooses more direct action in and among the alleys and pathways of the neighbourhood itself.
But can the brothers find Janey's killer without bringing more danger to their town?
This is just the beginning.
This is Highbridge.
What members say
- BM F
Excellent plot and characterisation
What made the experience of listening to Highbridge the most enjoyable?
Phil Redmond's skill at weaving story lines
Who was your favorite character and why?
Joey + Sean...so different and so believable
What about Joe McGann’s performance did you like?
He is an amazing actor. His Northern voice is great
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
audio books are far too long to do that. I listened whilst cooking, cleaning and then lying on my lounger for a break in the sun
Any additional comments?
Great idea to commission an experienced TV soap writer to write a book