Blog Links

 
Blog Links

Mac’s Blog Links – click a button The blog links share context for the Angels’ Share series. They focus on the questionable activities of powerful people and groups. Use a button and tune in. There are more blog links throughout Jyngs! … from sad to humorous … from ageing to family and childhood … enjoy. […]

Eilidh Investigates, Eilidh’s in Danger (video)

 
Eilidh Investigates, Eilidh's in Danger (video)

Angels‘ Share thrillers confront the corrupt people and cadres who screw us, avoid tax and steal our money.

Oct 082017
 
How to Enter the Kingdom of Heaven - Politicians Guide (video)

Kingdom of heaven? yes, please … Who wouldn’t want a free pass to the kingdom of heaven? Who can deny times are tough for UK politicians (maybe the USA and elsewhere too)? Locked in their bubble, will they do more-or-less anything for power? When they run out of ideas, who can they turn to? Where […]

Oct 052017
 
Does the Magic Money Tree Need Pruning?

Magic Money Tree? My problem lies in reconciling my gross habits with my net income. – Errol Flynn. Poor old Errol can’t have had a Magic Money Tree. Why should we worry about runaway costs in our Government spending? The Magic Money Tree copes, doesn’t it? Ask the DUP. Billions of loss and wastage, never […]

Oct 032017
 
Crime Writer Mac Logan Reads in Edinburgh (video)

I arrive at the Canons’ Gait and it’s downstairs to the cellar bar. Of course, it’s suitably claustrophobic for crime writers reading about dark crime and blood-curdling murder.

Meet the Author

 
Meet the Author

buried bodies and so on Mac Logan’s experience

Mac’s Blog

 
Mac’s Blog

 

It’s gonna hurt (video)

 
It's gonna hurt (video)

Eilidh vanishes. Sam investigates. Corrupt vested interests threaten extreme danger.

Devil’s Due … preview

 
Devil's Due … preview

Devil’s Due preview This is for people who’d like to have a pre-editor (sorry Ms Whiplash) taste of the third book in The Angels’ Share series, the Devil’s Due.   1 ‘I need more time.’ —‘Time is a luxury you’re running out of.’ —‘We must organize better. The Agency is—’ —‘You think the Agency is […]

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