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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
do men read crime fiction?
What would you take with you if you had to leave your home, knowing that you would never return?
guess the nationality of the man playing the accordion on the beach?