Nine Lights Over Edinburgh

Nine Lights Over Edinburgh

by Harper Fox

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426890949
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication date: 12/06/2010
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 405,151
File size: 446 KB

About the Author

Harper Fox is an M/M author trying to make it as a full-time writer, with just that bit more urgency after being made redundant from her day job. Interesting times! In a way it's great, because she gets to spend most of every day doing what she loves best—creating worlds and stories for the huge cast of lovely gay men queuing up inside her head. She lives in rural Northumberland in northern England and does most of her writing at an old kitchen table in her back garden, often with blanket and hot water bottle.


She lives with her SO, Jane, who has somehow put up with her for a quarter of a century now, and three enigmatic cats. Chief among them is Lucy, who knows the secret of the universe but isn't letting on. When not writing, she either despairs or makes bread: specialities are focaccia and her amazing seven-strand challah. If she has any other skills, she's yet to discover them.


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Nine Lights Over Edinburgh 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
4-1/2 Stars Some might classify this story as too depressing for a Christmas story but I didn't. Yes, James McBride is definitely a detective with some major life issues that have brought him on the edge of a very bad place but he doesn't stay there. Christmas is all about hope and even if it takes most of the story for James to find the kind of peace we all want, the hope that he'll discover it is there from the beginning, in my opinion anyway. I'll admit that the plot may move along at a slightly rushed pace but it is a holiday novella and truth is, sometimes life moves at a rushed pace so why shouldn't a story do the same once in a while? A great addition to my holiday library.
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