Hi, I’m Mac Logan, author of the Angels’ Share series. Thanks for reading my work.
Corruption, Crime and Establishment mischief
In my life I’ve had a couple of unhappy experiences involving bad people and corrupt practices. Short of a willingness to spend a lifetime in jail, a vengeance trail of murder and mayhem has few acceptable alternatives. Writing is one of them.
The pursuit of evil people may end in tragedy for both sides of an investigation. Tears sometimes trickle down my cheeks, as I write. Sad things happen at times.
Crime fiction provides a means of pursuing nasty people with satisfying, imaginative robustness. My thrillers offer a sense of recourse against corrupt people and cadres who screw us and steal our money.
Even though such people hurt me in the past, I wish them no harm. In fact, at one level I’m grateful to such deceivers for providing, as they do, the basis of The Angels’ Share series. It’s good to have a solid foundation for fiction: rooted in grievance and amplified by a surging (if somewhat graphic) imagination.
I love family, cooking, good company, banter, sport, fun, and an occasional drop of ‘The Cratur’. I live in the beautiful East Neuk of Fife, Scotland.
Blog, prose, poetry and all that
It seems I’m approaching 200 blogs … can I be that old?
Articles and stuff
With many articles published, often on business and the human side of work, I changed direction a few years back. Tired of the dry-stuff, my muse hauled me into writing: thrillers, poetry, business and Celtic tales.
As an author who aims to entertain, I’m eager for feedback. Your views on any aspect of my work are important to me. Please do get in touch.
I am Chairman of the Colinsburgh Galloway Library Trust in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland. We aim to build:
“A welcoming, innovative library that meets the needs and aspirations
of all members of our community irrespective of age, background, interests and needs.
We extend a warm welcome to visitors.”
© Mac Logan