Margaret Quinn is a mother and grandmother who was born and brought up in the North East of England. She has a passionate love for the region, its customs and vernacular. She spent her younger years exploring the wild countryside of Northumberland, and its moors and valleys have a special place in her heart.
She is also a short story writer and has had her work published in anthologies and shortlisted for several awards.
She can be contacted at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Harry Swift is the bastard son of a landed gent who has learned how to poach in his native Kent Downs in Southern England. After the mysterious death of his step-brother he yearns for adventure and, at the turn of the 20th Century, finds himself in the British army as a hunter of German spies and Boer Kommandos in South Africa.