I’m really pleased to announce the release of my third novel, Ethersay, on 30th November 2017. I’m also delighted to reveal the book’s cover in this fantastic teaser trailer created by the incredibly talented Stewart Kerr Brown of The Imagination Engine, with voice-over provided by the fantastic Jodi Findlay:
Frankly, I am over the moon with this trailer, with the cover, and with how the book has turned out. This novel is quite a change of direction for me – my first contemporary story, my first dual narrative, and my first novel which combines politics with a healthy dose of suspense!
In the coming weeks I will be releasing more intro material, including a full length book trailer. But for now, here is the cover image along with the book’s blurb:
Release date: 30th November 2017
“The day after the referendum, my life fell apart…”
The day after the Scottish independence referendum in 2014, Glaswegian Yes activist Rebecca Owen decides to run away. After being involved in a car accident she is knocked unconscious and when she wakes, she finds herself inexplicably marooned on an isolated Scottish island, Ethersay.
Suffering from memory loss, Rebecca finds herself drawn into the island’s mysteries, particularly those surrounding the strange disappearance of a young woman, Delilah Berry, whose fate seems to be inextricably intertwined with her own. As Rebecca draws closer to the truth about Delilah, she is forced to confront what happened to her in Glasgow, and everything she lost, with devastating consequences…
A stirring tale of passion, loss and betrayal, Ethersay is a novel about the search for truth, but also the pain of remembering.
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