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Maggie Brogan

The murder of her six years old granddaughter Beth almost broke Maggie Brogan, but to her surprise she found an inner strength that helped her survive the ensuing months after her granddaughter's body was discovered for she needed to be strong; strong enough to support her grief-stricken daughter Liz who after attempting to take her own life is confined to a psychiatric hospital. Then Maggie learns that the police investigation into Beth's murder is to be wound down for it seems the police have given up on finding Beth's killer. Maggie's resolve wavers, but just when it seems to her she has nowhere to turn a disgraced and tenacious Detective Sergeant gives Maggie new hope.

George Donald


George Donald, Glasgow born, left school aged 15. Enlisting in the army aged 17 years, he served as a Royal Engineer Commando from 1971 to 1977. Upon his discharge, George joined Strathclyde Police where he served for 22 years, including 16 years as a CID officer.

Medically discharged in 1999, George returned to the police in 2001 and worked in a civilian administrative roll. He retired in 2014. Happily married for over thirty years to Anne and now residing in Hamilton, George is the proud father of three daughters, three son in laws and grandfather to Evie and Cillian.


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