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The Road Dance epub ebook

by John MacKay

The Road Dance epub ebook

Author: John MacKay
Category: Science Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Luath Press Ltd; 1 edition (April 1, 2003)
Pages: 218 pages
ISBN: 1842820249
ISBN13: 978-1842820247
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 130
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But the Great War looms and the villages hold a grand Road Dance to send their young men off to battle.

But the Great War looms and the villages hold a grand Road Dance to send their young men off to battle. As the dancers swirl and sup, Kirsty is overpowered and raped by an unknown assailant. Only the embittered doctor, a man with a cold wife and a colder bed, suspects. On a fateful day of surging seas and swelling pain Kirsty learns that her love will never be back.

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JOHN MACKAY was born in Glasgow in 1965 and has drawn on the oral traditions of his Hebridean background to write this Hebridean set trilogy. John MacKay is a journalist and newsreader for STV and presents the STV News at Six and Scotland Tonight. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

The villagers hold a grand Road Dance to send their young men off to battle. As the dancers swirl and sup, the wheels of tragedy are set in motion. Adobe EPUB eBook 90. KB. John MacKay (Author). This is the first novel from STV journalist and newsreader John MacKay - John presents Scotland Today (6-6. 30pm Mon-Fri on STV) - and forms the first part in a trilogy. Born in Glasgow in 1965, he has drawn on the oral traditions of his Hebridean. More about John MacKay.

Similar books to The Road Dance (Hebrides Book 1. a gripping plot that subtly twists and turns, vivid characterisation, and a real sense of time and tradition, this is an absorbing, powerful first novel.

Similar books to The Road Dance (Hebrides Book 1). Kindle Paperwhite The best device for reading, full stop. The bond between a mother and her child is the strongest in the natural world. So why would a young woman, dreaming of America, throw her newborn baby into the waves of the wild Atlantic ocean? Life in the Scottish Hebrides can be harsh - 'The Edge of the World' some call it.

John MacKay (born 1966) is a Scottish broadcast journalist .

John MacKay (born 1966) is a Scottish broadcast journalist, television presenter, producer and writer. Of Hebridean descent, from the district of Carloway, MacKay has written three books all based in the Isle of Lewis. They are "The Road Dance", "Heartland" and "The Last of the Line" (all Luath Press, 2002, 2004 and 2006 respectively). Sorbier Productions, a Glasgow-based production company, is seeking funding to produce a film adaptation of The Road Dance.

Presenter and author, John Mackay, discusses his deep rooted connection with the Isle of Lewis and why he decided .

Presenter and author, John Mackay, discusses his deep rooted connection with the Isle of Lewis and why he decided to set all three of novels on the Island.

Life in the Scottish Hebrides can be harsh - The edge of the world some call it. For the beautiful Kirsty Macleod, the love of Murdo and their dreams of America promise an escape from the scrape of the land, the repression of the Church and the inevitablility of the path their lives would take. But as the Great War looms Murdo is conscripted. The villagers hold a grand Road Dance to send their young men off to battle. As the dancers swirl and sup, the wheels of tragedy are set in motion.
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