I just came across this book on Amazon. It was written by Dundee author Callum Duffy, who amazingly, is only 15 years old. It gets good reviews on Amazon, and I'm very happy to encourage local talent...
The independence referendum is only weeks away. The people of Scotland are being deliberately misled. Three unlikely heroes set out to discover the truth, but the power of the state seeks to silence them. So begins a desperate chase across the Scottish countryside to discover and reveal the truth. The very future of Scotland is at stake ...
During the run up to the Scottish independence referendum, the Yes campaign are leading. This drives the opposing No campaign to desperate measures, and they have to start inventing false truths in order to get their favoured result. When the political lies and spin reach an unbearable level, it falls to a retired MI5 agent, a jailed computer hacker and a schoolboy genius to expose the truth.
The truth is out there somewhere ...
David Chisholm - Former MI5 operative
Nigel Braithwaite - British Prime Minister
Penny Carson - Adviser to the Prime Minister
Shona Murray - Computer hacker and whistleblower
Rory Lawson - Schoolboy maths prodigy with a flare for code breaking
Norman Williams - MI5 Operative
Callum is a 4th year pupil at Grove Academy in Dundee. He is also an NCO in the 44th Dundee Company the Boys' Brigade. A keen violinist, Callum is a member of the Dundee Schools' Symphony Orchestra.
He has long been interested in creative writing and had the idea for this full length novel two years ago.
During this time he has been researching relevant subjects and taking expert advice on constructing and editing the book.
Callum really enjoyed the process of researching and writing the book, and he very much hopes that you will enjoy reading it.
The book is available as a paperback or an eBook from all good bookshops and Amazon.
The eBook can also be downloaded from this website.
I understand that authors make considerably less money through Amazon, so if you have compatible software, I'd suggest the website.