A thrilling novel mixing dark humour and murder on the streets, in 1950s & present day Shoreditch. Written by Huw Jones.
A story that creatively captures the intersection and conflict between past and present of Shoreditch, London.
With themes that include rampant gentrification, older families being pushed out of inner city neighbourhoods by rich, young professionals, the Last Director of Shoreditch vividly captures the tale of living in big cities, the rise of hipsters, sexual identity tension, a long standing housing crisis and gentrification.
If inner-city urban living, dark comedy found in shows like Six Feet Under and The Break, London's East End and real life characters like the Kray mob and Jack Ripper speak to you, you’re going to want to tune in.