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Scottish Highlights.

Byline: SHARI LOW

Big news on the Scottish scene this month, with new releases from some of our favourite authors. In her 18th novel, Carmen Reid steps back in time with Cross My Heart, a stunning tale of a 15-year-old girl in the Belgian Resistance during the Second World War. There's also a change of scene for crime writer Tony Black, who is launching his outstanding family drama, His Father's Son (see review next Saturday). Vintage have published the paperback version of the book we called a "mesmerising tour de force" - Ewan Morrison's Close Your Eyes.

And finally, if you missed the final instalment of Peter May's best-selling Lewis trilogy in hardback, the paperback of The Chessmen goes on sale on Thursday.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Aug 24, 2013
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