Brian RM Stewart was born in Rutherglen and grew up in Grangemouth. He attended Glasgow University and Jordanhill College of Education, taught in Edinburgh, then moved to Nairn where he and his now-late wife Jan raised their children.
Brian now lives in Broughty Ferry, Scotland, with his wife Sally, where he is a member of the Angus Writers’ Circle and an active member of Rotary.
Brian spent much of his working life teaching mathematics and computing, but is now partially retired and lectures for the Open University
When not writing, Brian attempts to play golf and the guitar (though not at the same time), and is a keen Bridge player.
He has published two previous novels, Digital Circumstances and Digital Investigations.
The Deaths on Black Rock
by BRM Stewart
It’s been a year since Rima Khalaf died in a fall from the Black Rock, deemed to be a tragic accident by the police. But her grieving parents are dissatisfied with the police investigation, so DS Amanda Pitt is sent north from Glasgow to the small town of Clachdubh to re-examine the case.
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