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Margot McCuaig's novel Almost Then gives a strong sense of rural Scottish life – Laura Waddell

Margot McCuaig's novel Almost Then gives a strong sense of rural Scottish life – Laura Waddell

The twin protagonists of Almost Then, author Margot McCuaig’s skilful second novel, carry islands in their names: Rathlin, in reference to her namesake off the coast of Northern Ireland, visible from Islay, and her brother Breácan, named after the Coire Bhreacain, the whirlpool near Rathlin, after a tumultuous birth. Margot McCuaig's Almost...

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