Double Danger

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Black and White Publishing Limited, Aug 1, 2010 - Glasgow (Scotland) - 256 pages
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'Double Danger' tells the story of Jessica McKay, who moves to Saudi Arabia to be with her new husband, Brian. At first it seems like paradise, but after the birth of their two children, she feels threatened by terrorist attacks on the luxurious compound where they live and decides she must return to Glasgow with the twins.

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Margaret Thomson Davis was born in Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland on May 24, 1926. She left school and began a lifelong practice of observational writing. While writing stories and sketches for magazines, she worked in factories and nurseries. She wrote more than 35 novels during her lifetime including The Breadmakers, A Baby Might Be Crying, A Sort of Peace, The Dark Side of Pleasure, In Light and Dark, Goodmans of Glassford Street, and the Clydesiders trilogy. She also wrote two autobiographies entitled Making of a Novelist and Write from the Heart. She died on June 14, 2016 at the age of 90.

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