The author began writing upon retiring from his previous occupation as a college lecturer. At first he concentrated on the local history of Haddington, where he lived. After some early success he switched to writing a thriller and then to short stories. His latest effort is a historical account of Henry VIII’s foiled attempt to marry off his son Edward to Mary Queen of Scots.
A Rough Wooing
Henry VIII could barely control his anger. How dare those wretched Scots refuse his offer to marry off his own dear son, Edward, to their Princess Mary? Where do they think they will get a better offer. No doubt it is her mother, Marie de Guise, who is behind their refusal. A French woman at the hea...