Inverness Book Festival
Shona MacLean - Inverness Book Festival 2012
Inverness born, Shona MacLean holds a PhD in History, is a specialist in 16th and 17th Century history, and was encouraged to write by her late Uncle, Alistair MacLean.
Shona’s latest novel, acclaimed historical thriller, Crucible of Secrets, is set in the 16th & 17th Centuries, where main protagonist, Alexander Seaton, a fallen minister, becomes the informal investigator into various sinister murders reaching from Banff to Ireland and back again.
Chair: Susan Mansfield
To download the full Inverness Book Festival 2012 Guide click here.
All performances have been completed
Seat prices:Seat Price £7.00 / Reduced Rate £6.00 / Eden Court Friends Discount Applies
What the Press say
Seaton is a compellingly flawed yet indomitable figure who inspires our respect, pity and empathy in equal measure.