Andrew Nicoll - Author

About the Author

After a brief stint as a lumberjack, Andrew Nicoll has spent his working life as a newspaper journalist. He has had short stories published in New Writing Scotland and other magazines. Andrew is 45 and married with three children.

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Secret Life And Curious Death Of Miss Jean Milne

Secret Life And Curious Death Of Miss Jean Milne

Author: Andrew Nicoll Format: eBook Release Date: 01/02/2016

The Secret Life And Curious Death Of Miss Jean Milne

The Secret Life And Curious Death Of Miss Jean Milne

Author: Andrew Nicoll Format: Paperback Release Date: 15/07/2015

A mystery that touches the heart, with characters caught in a world that's harsh but trembles with tender emotions. A beautiful story. JAMES NAUGHTIE, BBC Radio 4 When the door opened and he came out, there came with him the stench of a dead thing, the sweet, sulphurous, warm, rotten chicken smell that only ever comes from unburied flesh. A dead body is found in a locked house. It has been stabbed in a frenzy, the hands and feet bound, the skull smashed, false teeth knocked from its jaws. Blood pools around the corpse and drips from the staircase. Yet nothing is missing: money and valuables remain untouched. Who could have murdered an old woman in such a horrifying way? And why? This is the mystery facing Sergeant John Fraser and Detective Lieutenant Trench when wealthy spinster Miss Jean Milne is murdered in the quiet seaside town of Broughty Ferry. Yet, despite an abundance of clues and apparent witnesses, the investigation proves troublesome: suspects are elusive and Miss Milne herself is found to be far from a model of propriety. And when sensational headlines put pressure on the police force to find a culprit, Fraser and Trench must work fast to prevent the wrong man from going to the gallows. But will they ever unravel the secret life and curious death of Miss Jean Milne? PRAISE FOR ANDREW NICOLL The sense of setting and era are spot on, and the dusky streets of Scotland are suitably spooky. HEAT MAGAZINE on The Secret Life and Curious Death of Miss Jean Milne An intelligent crime novel with secrets, passion and great characters - just a great murder mystery. PORTOBELLO BOOK BLOG on The Secret Life and Curious Death of Miss Jean Milne A triumph of tone, very moving, completely convincing. ANDREW MARR on The Good Mayor An exuberant, whirlwind read, with a glint of steel beneath the frothy plot. THE GUARDIAN on The Good Mayor

If You're Reading This, I'm Already Dead

If You're Reading This, I'm Already Dead

Author: Andrew Nicoll Format: Paperback Release Date: 25/04/2013

Otto Witte was once many things. But now, sitting in his caravan, drinking what's left of his coffee (dust), listening to the Allies rain their bombs on his city, he is simply scared. And so he's decided to write the story of his life. It is an extraordinary story, a story about how, with the help of his friends (and a camel), an acrobat of Hamburg became the King of Albania, and fell in love along the way.

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