The Loch Ewe Mystery

By Bill Kirton

Children's | Paperback, eBook


Kidnapped, tied up, locked in a room in a remote Scottish cottage, Ben and Charlie have no idea why their sailing holiday has become such a nightmare. Ben is a dreamer, Charlie prefers facts, but they make a good team. The holiday starts well as Ben’s dad teaches them to sail and they get to know the changing moods of the loch and the magic and power of the Scottish Highlands. But when a squall forces them to seek shelter and Ben’s father has an accident, it’s the start of an adventure which involves three ruthless drug smugglers, led by the particularly vicious Lomax. Escape is impossible and yet they must break out. If they don’t, they know that, when Lomax returns, they’ll be in very real danger.



Bill has been a university lecturer, actor, director, TV presenter and RLF Writing Fellow. His radio and stage plays have been produced in the UK, Australia, and the USA and he wrote a prize-winning verse translation of Molière’s Sganarelle. He’s published five Jack Carston novels, a historical crime/romance, The Figurehead, a spoof crime/spy novel, The Sparrow Conundrum, a satire about real and virtual worlds in an online role-playing game, Alternative Dimension, and a children’s novel The Loch Ewe Mystery. Two of the novels have won 3 awards between them. He’s published five books on writing, study and work skills.


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Bill has been a university lecturer, actor, director, TV presenter and RLF Writing Fellow. His radio and stage plays have been produced in the UK, Australia, and the USA and he wrote a prize-winning verse translation of Molière’s Sganarelle. He’s published five Jack Carston novels, a historical crime/romance, The Figurehead, a spoof crime/spy novel, The Sparrow Conundrum, a satire about real and v...


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