David is an Arts graduate and worked as a professional photographer throughout the UK. With his extensive background in photography, David has taught at tertiary level and lectured as a Visiting Professional.
Growing up in Edinburgh, David became fascinated by the rich history of Scotland’s capital, and especially with some of its leading characters. As a “Gentleman by day, thief by night”, Deacon William Brodie – the lead in David’s first novel, Deacon Brodie: A Double Life – was one such character.
David began writing short pieces for magazines and was first published in the 1980s. At present he is writing All Flesh Is Grass (the sequel to his second novel, Lest You Be Judged) with Detective Chief Inspector Mike Steel in the lead. Currently, he lives in the American Mid-West.
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Deacon Brodie: A Double Life
by David Hutchison
When respected Edinburgh Gentleman and City Councillor, Deacon William Brodie, chases his love of gambling, he is drawn deep into a double life. Before long the open respectability of day gives way to a hidden life of crime at night, and soon, Brodie is on a trajectory to disaster . . . one which leads him to the gibbet.
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