In September or early October, I plan to have a new book, A Legacy on Lewis, the tenth in the Elspeth Duff mystery series, published. I’ll keep you posted.
Here’s the back cover description:
“Max Douglas-Forbes, QC, recruits Elspeth Duff to help him to discover the history of a man who had disappeared in the Outer Hebrides almost seven years before but who suddenly reappears a week before he is to be declared legally dead. That night he is murdered, just as Cressida, his wife, is planning her wedding to another man. Cressida and her fiancé are the prime suspects. Elspeth, who has fled to Scotland because of personal complications in her own marriage, accepts Max’s proposal to go to the Isle of Lewis to investigate. Sir Richard Munro follows to seek a resolution to Elspeth’s ill-conceived dilemma.
Set in Perthshire and the Outer Hebrides, the complex relationships among the characters spiral to an unexpected conclusion.”
In the meantime, I will soon be publishing a revised addition of A Secret in Singapore, the third in the series. I have been told that there were many errors in this book originally, and I hope most of them have been picked up. The book is one of my favourites.
The pandemic has meant I can’t travel, so I am revisiting some of the places in my books virtually. It’s been fun–lemonade out of lemons?