But you can’t take Granton out the man. That’s Harry Cowan for you. Old habits die hard, even when you’re the husband of Tracey Cowan and attempting to abide by the rule. It’s not so much he hasn’t turned over that new leaf, it’s more he buried his past under it, ready to ressurect it whenever Tod calls, or the urge takes him. It’s all ligit mind you, or that’s what he tells Tracey.
You Can Take the Man out of Granton
Published by Alan Addison
Before graduating in English Literature at the University of Edinburgh in 1995, I worked as a master joiner/carpenter. Following graduation from university, I studied for a post-graduate diploma in Community Education and worked as a literacy tutor in Community Learning and Development. I have gained education awards and published an academic paper on the use of Scots language in family literacy work. I have produced teachers' notes for the Scottish Book Trust. My first work of fiction, Justified Sinner, was completed in 2016. Since then I have published three more novels in the JP Associate series. View all posts by Alan Addison