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After Allan Innes kills the man who seduced his girlfriend, Liz Murison, he is pursued across Scotland by village policeman Nicol Menzies, brother of the slain man
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Arguably Scotland's greatest novelist of the last century...Gun has the ability to wrap his subject in layer upon layer of structured thought...As ever with Gun you feel the gods are not that far of the action. --John O'Groat's JournalAbout the Author:
Neil M. Gunn was born in Dunbeath, Caithness in 1891, the seventh of nine children. His father James was a fisherman, and his mother Isabella was a domestic servant. Gunn left the Highlands to live with his sister and her family, and was educated privately, passing his Civil Service exams in 1907. He published short stories throughout the 1920's and his first novel The Grey Coast in 1926. He wrote several other novels, including The Green Isle of the Deep (1944), The Silver Darlings (1941) and his autobiography, The Atom of Delight, in 1956. He died in 1973.
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