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“There are worse things,” she said, over faintly heard frightened whimpering. “There are worse things than death”...
An angel, a ghost, a demon and a human have converged in wintry present day Glencoe near the sight of the massacre...There is unfinished business to resolve... More

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About Graeme Taylor

Graeme Taylor grew up in Glasgow, Scotland; graduating from both Glasgow and Nottingham Trent Universities in Social Sciences. He has spent over twenty years working with people addicted to drugs. Being able to read before he went to school, he spent childhood pocket money on the sci-fi classics of Asimov, Bradbury, Herbert and Moorcock to name but a few. He likes ballet, opera et cetera, swimming (in his wet suit) and travel; having visited almost all the European countries. He has also walked the camino de Santiago in Spain (twice); visited Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego, a Killing Field in Cambodia and is diplomat of a village in Burkina Faso. Spent a while in performance poetry, but now hopes to make the time to write that novel and more. Will soon be married for the first time in his early fifties...

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Review by: Brenda Lemon on Nov. 10, 2012 :

I enjoyed every shiver!!! Thanks again Mr. Taylor. I do look forward to more of your tantalizing books. Keep up the good work. I am truly a fan.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Review by: Janette Payton on Nov. 5, 2012 :
Chancedancing is a wonderfully entertaining, thought-provoking story, with surprises throughout. Another story written by this author is Old Love Story, which is poignant, shows his love of travel, and his insights into human nature. I feel as though I know the main character, Mr. Paterson, after reading the story. Reading these have given me the desire to read more by this author. I would especially like to read novels by this author. Thank you for sharing your work, Mr. Taylor!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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