Murder mystery on the Scottish Borders

The Laird of Castle Ballantine
By Harry Riley
...a strange and deadly mystery
It is 1964, Leonard McFadden - a brash, young cockney reporter for a national newspaper is dispatched by his editor to the Scottish Borders, to follow up on the strange case of Doctor James Parker. Along with a party of other journalists he attends a midnight vigil in a rain-sodden churchyard by the River Tweed.
Returning to the graveside in the early morning sunlight and suffering from a queasy stomach – the editor's golden boy, young reporter Leonard McFadden, staggers and grasps a tombstone for support, and plunges headlong into a strange and deadly mystery that fate has diabolically thrust across his path.

The Author
 Harry Riley was born in Nottingham England, attended John Player School and later - Nottm. Art College. Served four years in South Notts Hussars. Married with two grown up children.
Now retired, after spending working life in commercial printing, from apprentice to director. He stood as Lib-Dem candidate for local council and took up creative writing: novels: short stories and poetry (joining two writing groups.)
Published work: Two mystery novels and two collections of short mystery stories. Another collection of short stories now ready for publication. He writes a monthly column for local newspaper and is involved with four community groups. As a founder member of Eastwood Booktown Development Group he is very active on the Internet, with facebook: Twitter, YouTube and own website:  Harry has broadcast 50 ‘Thought for the Day’ scripts for BBC Radio Nottingham and is always pleased to do interviews and give talks whenever possible.
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“A paranormal mystery thriller
spiked with many surprising twists”

Genre: Fiction: Mystery / Suspense / Paranormal
Paperback ISBN: 9781782282679
Publication Date: 30 May 2013
Edition/Format: 1st/Paperback and eBook
Book Size: 210 x 148 mm, 184pp

Sales and Distribution: Spring Leaf Books
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