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3 lovely lovely new reviews

18-10-2016 Geen reacties

The idea behind ‘Bloodlines – Touch Not The Cat’ is an intriguing one. Two threads of a story taking place a century or so apart on either side of the Atlantic are brought together in alternate chapters culminating in an absorbing mystery that has been shrouded in secrecy for generations.



And The Winner Is…

07-08-2016 Geen reacties

Will you be our August 2016 winner of  your very own copy of Bloodlines – Touch Not the Cat or Bloodlines – Traces, to [...]



“A compelling read” Roddy Martine, Scotland Magazine

15-08-2013 Geen reacties

“A compelling read” Roddy Martine, Scotland Magazine
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Review in Whisky Passion

04-02-2013 Geen reacties

Many many thanks to Ronald Zwartepoorte, chief editor of Whisky Passion Magazine and Hans Offringa, author and media specialist who collaborated on giving us a [...]



Dream Come True at Ballindalloch Castle

09-07-2012 Geen reacties

Once upon a time, the combination of a dream of one author and the genealogy research expertise of the other; ignited the storyline for Bloodlines [...]


The Daily Record

Daily Record Book review by Shari Low

16-06-2012 Geen reacties

If there’s one we’ve learned as authors of Bloodlines-Touch Not the Cat, it’s that writing the book is only the first inch of the mile [...]



Great new reviews

04-12-2011 1 reactie

“The book is a good interesting solid read and pulls your interest along with the changing timescales and characters. They are well constructed and you [...]


Bloodlines - Touch Not The Cat

Fabulous book review

17-11-2011 Geen reacties

We received a fabulous book review from Mrs Shirley Curran, retired English teacher from the international community in Geneva, who writes about books on her [...]