The first book in the Storm over Scotland series.
‘…a tale full of crime, politics and intrigue, set against the backdrop of Edinburgh in the 1740s.’ Scottish Field
When the Clyde Ran Red
‘…readers will be swept along into this compelling narrative by Craig’s lively and buoyant style.’ Roddy Phillips, Aberdeen Press and Journal.
Damn’ Rebel Bitches
‘a worthy tribute to all these unsung heroines.’ The Herald
‘…cleverly retold… The sensitivity and humour in the writing help to make this a very enjoyable and accessible read.’ Leopard Magazine
One Sweet Moment
‘A big, huge, romantic story with a totally heart-melting ending.’ Clare English, BBC Radio Scotland’s Book Cafe.
The River Flows On
‘Filled with Clydebank stories, passion and drama, this book is an ideal read.’ The Clydebank Post.
When the Lights Come On Again
‘Captures the heady mood of a perilous and yet exciting period of Glasgow’s history.’ Scotsman
The Stationmaster’s Daughter
‘Craig seems to fully inhabit her fictional world in a manner reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier and provides a sensorial feast for the reader.’ Scotsman
The Bird Flies High
‘Maggie Craig knows her Glasgow and, more importantly, knows how to share that knowledge with readers.’ Scots Magazine
A Star to Steer By
‘Few writers evoke the senses quite so strongly.’ Scots Magazine
The Dancing Days
‘One of the most promising writers of romantic fiction.’ Middlesbrough Evening Gazette
‘Maggie Craig has succeeded in breathing real life into Henrietta Tayler, in getting under her skin and presenting us with a real and believable woman living through remarkable and sometimes appalling events.’ Undiscovered Scotland.