‘Real page-turner… keeps up the tension throughout’ —LESLEY RIDDOCH
‘Riveting… a complex, multi-layered novel that is rewarding and satisfying… tension-filled from start to finish’ —DUNDEE COURIER
‘Fast moving… keeps you involved… uses some of what we know about the Willie McRae killing and weaves his story around that to make into a very good read and you can just imagine Willie doing some of the things Andrew describes’ —SCOTS INDEPENDENT
‘Scott cleverly weaves this politically-charged story together’ — SCOTTISH FIELD
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Cross-border relations between Westminster and Holyrood are tense over nuclear policy as journalist Willie Morton investigates the death of anti-nuclear activist Angus McBain and begins to suspect he was killed for what he knew.
Was there UK Government collusion in the murder of McBain – and conspiracy over illegal radioactive convoys heading to Dounreay?
And can Morton keep clear of the sinister, deadly forces in headlong pursuit from Loch Ness to Arisaig, Oban, and across the treacherous Sound of Kerrera in the dark…? Trapped in a remote distillery in Bridge of Orchy, as bullets dent the copper stills, surely Morton’s time is up…?
“Convincing account of secret service skulduggery… Morton and his adversary, Daniel McGinley, are opposing halves of the Scottish psyche…”
£8:99 TWA CORBIES PUBLISHING ppb ISBN: 9780993384028
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The Big J
An evocative, humorous and often poignant rites of passage novel about a 17 year old boy Robbie Strachan growing up in a quaint tourist town on the red sandstone rim of Scotland’s north-east coast. Like most of his pals, Robbie is desperate to leave to go to College but is in awe of the mysterious and charismatic 19 year old incomer The Big J and a witness to the terrible tragedy that unfolds before summer is over.
“Beautifully drawn… compels the reader” Eileen Ramsay
Steve Savage Publishers 2008 http://www.savagepublishers.com/336.html