Sunday, 26 January 2014

Cauldstane by Linda Gillard is now available.


The eagerly awaited new novel by the talented author Linda Gillard is now available to read on kindle, PC or any device on which you can download a kindle app.  A paperback version will be available during March.

This is the seventh novel by Linda Gillard and all her novels are slightly different, which is one of the reasons why she has found it hard to find a publisher for her later novels as the Publishers find it hard to make the novels fit a specific genre.  Indie publishing has been the way forward latterly and I for one am glad that this has been an option, which has been taken as I would have missed some great stories as would other readers.
I have just started this novel and if you've not had the pleasure of reading any of her novels before please take the time to remedy this as you'll not be disappointed.  As I know that I've not been disappointed with any of her novels yet and I'm sure that this one won't disappoint either as it already has several 5* reviews on Amazon and Goodreads.
Synopsis from Goodreads.

When ghostwriter Jenny Ryan is summoned to the Scottish Highlands by Sholto MacNab – retired adventurer and Laird of Cauldstane Castle – she’s prepared for travellers’ tales, but not the MacNabs’ violent and tragic history.

Lust, betrayal and murder have blighted family fortunes for generations, together with an ancient curse. As members of the family confide their sins and their secrets, Jenny learns why Cauldstane’s uncertain future divides father and sons.

But someone resents Jenny’s presence. Someone thinks she’s getting too close to Alec MacNab – swordsmith, widower and heir to Cauldstane. Someone will stop at nothing until Jenny has been driven away. Or driven mad.

“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” Especially a dead woman.

Amazon link below.

My apologies as I don't know how to create the link into a hyperlink yet but the old fashioned way of copying and pasting works still.

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