Iain is a writer of gothic mysteries.
He was born and raised in Scotland. He studied History and Geography at the University of Glasgow.
The World Wars left Iain’s family with generations of widows. As a result, Iain has always been interested in the tangible effects of history on family dynamics and in the power of narrative to awaken those long dead. For the characters in "The Curse of Malenfer Manor," he drew on childhood reminiscences and verbal family history—though he hastens to add that his family had barely a penny, far less a manor, and any ghosts dwell only in memory.
He lives in Vancouver, Canada, with his wife and two children.
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Murder at Malenfer
by Iain McChesney
Those in line to the Malenfer estate are succumbing to terrible ends – a supernatural legacy, or something more human? Irish mercenary Dermot Ward retreats to Paris at the close of WWI, where he drinks to forget his experiences & the death of his comrade, Arthur Malenfer. But Arthur has not forgotten Dermot. Dead but not departed, Arthur has unfinished business and needs the help of the living.
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