Gaelic Society of Inverness talk

I was delighted to be invited by the Gaelic Society of Inverness to give a talk about Skye during the Second World War, in connection with my latest book, “Had we never loved so blindly”. In walking around the city I discovered the wolves outside the Town hall and the blue plaque for Josephine Tey, the author of, “The daughter of Time,” an historical detective novel suggesting that Henry VII rather than Richard 111 was responsible for the murder of the princes in the Tower.

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