Kinloch Tales: The Collected Stories
The Collected Stories
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All three [tales] are beautifully written and the author's affection for his characters and his settings is clear to see
Laced with humour, brimming with nostalgia, and oozing charm, they're the perfect reads to snuggle down with as the chill autumn nights draw in
About the Book
Denzil Meyrick’s three Tales from Kinloch are collected here in one paperback volume. From ghostly Vikings, to adventurous voyages, to old scores being settled, these stories are guaranteed to provide a fun-filled escape.
From the author of the global best-selling DCI Daley detective books, this is a series of nostalgic, humorous stories for fans of Scottish fiction like Neil Munro’s Para Handy. Contains three stories featuring Sandy Hoynes and the crew of the Girl Maggie: A Large Measure of Snow, A Toast to the Old Stones and Ghosts in the Gloaming.
'Wonderfully atmospheric, best consumed on a chilly winter’s night in front of a roaring fire with a bottle of single malt close to hand ... offers a brief, magical escape to a kinder, simpler time' – Roger Cox, The Scotsman
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