Malcolm McKay has published three novels, THE LACK BROTHERS, BREAKING UP and THISTOWN (for children), as well as being a writer and director for television. His writing has always dealt with extreme behaviour and includes the controversial BBC play AIRBASE which dealt metaphorically with drug abuse on a USAF base in England (the plays was mentioned in Parliament after Prime Minister Thatcher demanded a copy). His work also includes the multi-award winning A WANTED MAN trilogy one of the first television dramas to deal in depth with the arrest, trial and pychology of a serial killer. His stage play, THE PEOPLE’S TEMPLE describes the slow descent of the Californian cult into paranoia and mass suicide. In his film MARIA’S CHILD, he graphically describes a female dancer’s decision to abort her child and the subsequent doubts and difficulties of the process. Malcolm Mckay has been a writer for forty years. THE PATH is his first novel to be published as an ebook.
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The Path is the journey of a lifetime to self discovery.
It is the story of a group of international travellers who walk the Camino de Santiago, the ancient eight hundred kilometre pilgrimage from the Pyrenees to the remains of the apostle Saint James in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostella in Northern Spain.
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