The Kilt Maker

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Severn House Publishers, Limited, 2009 - Fiction - 252 pages
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This is the new novel from the well-loved Scottish storyteller. Kilt maker Kirsty Muir finds life hard in sixties Edinburgh where money is tight and excitement hard to find. When a charming Scottish fiddler, Jake Maclver comes into her life and introduces her to a glamorous new world, it seems she has finally found her way out. However, when one day he disappears off on tour, Kirsty is left broken hearted. Her heart is mended by Andrew Macrae, owner of the kilt shop and it seems as though Kirsty will find happiness after all. That is until the day when she finds Jake waiting outside her door, full of apologies and claims of love. Kirsty must now make a decision: follow her first love or settle for the dependability of Andrew. Or is there another way?

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Best-selling author Anne Douglas has now made her home in Edinburgh, a city she has known for many years. She very much enjoys life in the modern capital, and finds its ever-present history fascinating.

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