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Food of Ghosts (The Scottish Lady Detective: Book 1)
Book Trail Recommended: Food of Ghosts, unique but in a very good way
Marita Rose: A standout intriguing read
Killing Time Review: Food of Ghosts is a smart, original whodunit!
Merlin’s Book Reviews: “different from the usual murder mystery …”
Eurocrime Review: Food of Ghosts greatly reminds me of the recent TV series Death in Paradise
The Puffin Review: Food of Ghosts – a refreshing and pleasing read in a most unusual location
Achtung! Great review from Krimiblog Germany: “Unter Fremden and Aktion auf Dem Atoll”
OurBookReviews: Reached saturation point with the doom and gloom of Nordic Noir?
Lothian Life Review: Food of Ghosts creates quite an appetite!
DotScribbles Review: Food of Ghosts: A Breath of Fresh Air
Ignite Books: 5 stars for Food of Ghosts – a hugely enjoyable book, complex and engaging …
CRIME FICTION LOVER: New Talent November
Food of Ghosts is a very readable story, set in a fascinating location and with an intriguing cast of characters …
The Shoeshine Killer (The Scottish Lady Detective: Book 2)
An immersive, deceptively gritty mystery novel
There is something very special about the Scottish Lady Detective
More Midsomer than The Bridge – The Shoeshine Killer is a fun, enjoyable read!
Ignite Books: 5 stars for the second ‘Scottish Lady Detective’ mystery
The Shoeshine Killer: packs a punch beyond its pages
Lothian Life: the most vivid and believable exotic background where things are done differently
Intrigue and Death in Fiji : review by Juliet Wilson
The Blue Suitcase
Five stars for The Blue Suitcase: The past is another country
The Puffin Review: The Blue Suitcase – an invigorating and refreshing read!
5 stars for The Blue Suitcase by Ignite Books
An “Editor’s Choice” from the Historical Novel Review
Review of The Blue Suitcase Lothian Life Magazine
A rave review from History and Women
The Blue Suitcase is a powerful, informative and entertaining novel …
I couldn’t put The Blue Suitcase down …
The Blue Suitcase is a compelling and moving novel …
Book Group Questions For The Blue Suitcase
Book Trailer for Food of Ghosts
Food shopping on Tarawa in 1995
Edinburgh Reads: Marianne Wheelaghan discusses The Blue Suitcase (part 1& 2)
ABC Radio Australia: Scottish author writes Kiribati crime thriller
Edinburgh’s latest fictional detective adds feminine touch to man’s world
The Puffin Review Interview
its never too late to write a novel …
Suspense Interview with My Bookish Ways in the US
CRIME FICTION, CULTURE CLASH AND THE HORROR OF LAMB-FLAPS
The Edinburgh Evening News: Discovering My Mum’s Past Inspired My Book
Edinburgh Evening News/Central Library
Family history inspires debut novel (Stirling Observer 10/08/2012)
Daily Record: I Wrote A book!
The Broughton Spurtle
are ebooks for lightweights?
would a spelling mistake in a book make you stop reading it?
is it underhand to eavesdrop?