The moving story of a woman sending her pilot son away to fight in the Second World War -- from one of Scotland's bestselling, best-loved storytellers Compelling family saga of Scottish inheritance and family ties, from one of Scotland's top storytellers Competition: Paullina Simons
Meg Henderson was born in Glasgow. She is a journalist and the author of the bestselling memoir, Finding Peggy. She has written four novels, The Holy City, Bloody Mary, Chasing Angels and The Last Wanderer.
Praise for Meg Henderson THE HOLY CITY 'A hugely absorbing story. Henderson brings the horror and pain of wartime experiences vividly to life with vigorous humour, commonsense wisdom and vitality.' Observer BLOODY MARY 'A novel full of the rich detail of domestic lives, told with humour and sharpness' Scotland on Sunday THE LAST WANDERER 'Heartfelt and relevant...full of a larger-than-life cast with more then a touch of the vital spark about them' Glasgow Herald