Out Now

Mavisbank Quay

It's a rainy September night in 1977 and in the Control Room of Govan Police office, it becomes apparent that a young police woman patrolling alone is not responding to radio calls. However, circumstances during the search for the missing officer suggest she has been assaulted or perhaps even abducted. While her uniformed colleagues and the CID desperately try to locate her, it seems that an elderly vagrant might have information about what has happened to Constable Lesley Rudd. But then as the search continues it takes a disturbing twist when it is assessed that a notorious drug dealing gangster might be involved in her disappearance.

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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