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Heartland

Heartland

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A man tries to build for his future by reconnecting with his past, leaving behind the ruins of the life he has lived. Iain Martin hopes that by returning to his Hebridean roots and embarking on a quest to reconstruct the ancient family home, he might find new purpose. But as Iain begins working on the old blackhouse, he uncovers a secret from the past, which forces him to question everything he ever thought to be true.

Who can he turn to without betraying those to whom he is closest? His ailing mother, his childhood friend and his former love are both the building - and stumbling - blocks to his new life. Where do you seek sanctuary when home has changed and will never be the same again?
Title Heartland
Author John MacKay
ISBN 9781910021903
eISBN 9781909912113
Binding Paperback
Author Bio 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.
Back Cover Text Where indeed do you seek sanctuary when your past has changed irrevocably, your memories are false and your future is uncertain? A gripping plot full of credible characters... set in a convincing background. SCOTS MAGAZINE

A man tries to forge a new future for himself by reconnecting with his past. Iain Martin hopes that by returning to his Hebridean heartland and embarking on a quest to reconstruct an ancient family home, he might find a new purpose. But as he begins work on the old blackhouse, he uncovers a secret from the past which forces him to question everything.
Reviews A fine, rewarding read. THE SUNDAY HERALD

A combination of Changing Rooms and Agatha Christie, Mackay’s Heartland demonstrates the Scotland Today presenter has a readable easy-going prose style. SCOTTISH REVIEW OF BOOKS
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