Malcolm Archibald

Malcolm Archibald, has worked as a lecturer and in historical research as well as in a variety of other jobs. He writes historical fiction and non-fiction with the occasional venture into folklore, and believes that history should be accessible to everyone. A winner of The Dundee Book Prize, 2005, he has published several novels. Among the most notable are Whales for the Wizard, Powerstone, Mother Law and The Darkest Walk. His non-fiction titles include A Sink of Atrocity: Crime of 19th Century Dundee and Glasgow: The Real Mean City: True Crime and Punishment in the Second City of Empire. Malcolm lives in Moray with his wife Cathy.

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Dundee at a Glance

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The Golden Voyage

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Last Train to Waverley

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A Burden Shared: The Dundee Murders

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The Darkest Walk

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Powerstone

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Mother Law

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Selkirk of the Fethan

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