Tag Archives: Glasgow

A Character In its Own Right

Thank you, Fiona Lindsay, for providing a different slant to my blog series on settings for books this week. I was interested to see that in your books, Kirklochy becomes a character in its own right; that is just what … Continue reading

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A Different Sort of Police Procedural

Welcome to Emily Donoho, an intriguing new crime writer, with an enquiring mind and an inside knowledge of her craft. I look forward to sampling her work. Your crime thriller book, published in May this year, takes the reader deep … Continue reading

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Bad Luck Versus Good Luck?

Welcome back yet again, Nancy Jardine, to set my new year off in style! And thank you for this little lesson from a different culture… Thank you, Jane, for giving me this opportunity to visit you so early in the … Continue reading

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