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2016 4 Okt

A Landscape for Lajla and Ian

von: Manafonistas Filed under: Blog | TB | 2 Comments




A man washes ashore in the Outer Hebrides, the pages of his memory completely blank, while in Edinburgh a troubled teen suspects her father did not, as she was told, commit suicide. Peter May. Coffin Road. The many threads of the story play out against a landscape that May, a native Scot, renders vividly. His images capture the capricious play of light and weather across the sea and the moors, matching the surprises in his tale. Yes, the Highlands are part of the setting, too.

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  1. Lajla:

    Ian, what’s the weather forecast? Scottish hurricans? We should share a half gallon bottle of whiskey, before we start on this coffin road.

  2. Ian M:

    Hmm sunny today – buying the book later tonight on Amazon.

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