About

Author of two books, DAUGHTER, DISAPPEARED, a ‘woman in jeopardy’ thriller set in Tunisia, and GLASDRUM, a dark-humoured thriller set in the Highlands of Scotland.

I’ve also written a memoir of two years I spent in Tunisia, married to a local man, the father of my oldest child (Click here for the serial blog)

I’m originally from Fort William in the north of Scotland, graduated from Edinburgh University, and have lived in London, France and Tunisia. I’m now settled in Inverness, Scotland, with my two youngest children.

If you like my writing I’d be grateful if you ‘liked’ my facebook page: Fiona MacBain – Writer

Thanks for visiting.

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To purchase either book, here are the links:

DAUGHTER, DISAPPEARED: http://amzn.to/2eCnZRf

GLASDRUM: http://amzn.to/2o0dnnI

 

You can also email me: fionamacbain@outlook.com

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Always enjoy your regular everyday posts on Facebook so glad to see you’ve started a blog too. Haven’t read them all yet but really enjoyed the sample of The Death of Donald MacDonald. You’ve got me hooked already and feel like I know the characters and can relate to them. Hope you get published soon so I can read the book!

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    • Hi Catherine – thank you so much! I’m completely delighted to hear that, you’ve made my day. I’m currently editing my third book, which is a small town murder mystery called Blackrock, set on the east coast of the Highlands this time. Your comments is good motivation for me to get on with it, progress has been slow as I abandoned 2 earlier drafts of the book but a very happy with the story and characters now, am just trying to get my writing into better shape! 🙂

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