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The Barra Boy

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Paperback | English

By (author): Iain Kelly

1982. Thirteen-year-old Ewan Fraser is sent to the remote island of Barra, off Scotland''s west coast, to stay with his aunt and uncle.

Resigned to a monotonous summer of boredom, he is befriended by local girl Laura Robertson; together they explore the golden beaches and rocky coves of the idyllic island.

But a dark secret that connects Laura to the mysterious outcast Mhairi Matheson and her son, Billy, is hidden beneath the tranquil surface...

A secret that threatens to tear the small community apart.

Forty years later, Ewan returns to confront the truth about the formative summer of his adolescence, and finally learn the truth about Laura and the boy from Barra.

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Will deliver when available. Publication date 28 Jun 2022

Product Details
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 138 x 216mm
  • Publication Date: 28 Jun 2022
  • Publisher: The Book Guild Ltd
  • Publication City/Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • ISBN13: 9781914471933

About Iain Kelly

Iain Kelly lives in East Kilbride in Scotland where he spends most of his time raising his twins. He graduated from the University of Glasgow with a master''s degree in English Literature and Film & Television Studies and works as an editor in the television industry. Any spare time is spent writing reading and watching stories. His first novel A Justified State (2018) was followed by State Of Denial (2019) and State Of War (2020).

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