had little in common, in life or literature, with another Scottish writer, Neil Gunn
, her close contemporary, who lived nearby and whose early career ran parallel with hers; but they knew each other's work.
Henderson, Jennifer Morag. Josephine Tey, a life. Sandstone Press, 2015.
This month is the date on her foreword.
Shepherd, Nan. The Living Mountain. Canongate, 2011.
The composition of this book had been, she says, her secret place of ease in the disturbed and uncertain world of the second world war and...