The long awaited third book of The Avalon Series, 'The Brollachan' is due out this November and will
be on sale at Waterstone's and at all our other outlets.
After just twelve months based in Inverness, Detective Inspector James Avalon now feels more at home than any other time in his life. With his personal life still a shambles, Avalon takes solace in the landscape and his work, but when a woman disappears from her car in plain sight, he wonders about the accuracy of the report.
Travelling north to a small coastal village he soon becomes embroiled in a misty tale from the past and a spectre that simply will not go away. When a body is found, the case becomes more serious. Is the woman's disappearance linked to the body or does Avalon need to reassess his methods?
In the third book of the compelling 'Avalon Series', the Inverness detective is once again on a case with a mysterious undertone that sees him forging stronger ties with the Highlands, it's people and the history of Scotland.
The book is now available for pre-order.
Written in Scotland, about Scotland
With plans for five books in the initial series, the author has stated that there are enough plots for at least a further three books.
For more details or to purchase Peter's other books, visit his website
Peter Gray has been writing in various guises since he was twelve years old and he has never been able to stop. Many years before his introduction to a typewriter or a PC, his books and stories were hand written and some still survive, one of those found its way into paperback.
His first 'Sam Series' book "A Certain Summer" has had excellent reviews, one from TV presenter and ex England soccer coach Bob Wilson who grew up in the same area and could easily identify with the characters in the book.
The sequel 'Sam's Kingdom' follows the further adventures of Sam but Peter has also produced a poetry book, 'With Feeling'.
His recent work included the celebrated 'Avalon Series' which is finding its way across the globe.
He has recently also announced another Scottish based, historical adventure series that is being called 'The Black Thistle Series'.
With many short stories, articles and celebrated Mummers Plays plus many touring productions under his belt. Peter is always busy writing something or other. He has also acted in and directed some of those productions and one such production played at Warwick Castle for six full seasons. He has also written several scripts for advertisements, mostly with a humorous theme as well as several live shows for the stage. He has now embarked on a series of books called 'The Avalon Series' of which more details can be found on this website. He now lives on the east coast of Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland.
Who doesn't like to get their teeth into a good crime novel? Try putting this one down! - Press and Journal.
Just finished the second book in this series, Auld Clootie. A brilliant read as was the first, Drumnadrochit!! Can't wait for the next book in this great series ! Thank you - Jane Ward
Please, please, please, can we have a third book, I love this series. - Anne Nicholls, Scotland
I have just been on vacation in Scotland, I went to see the country but ended up sitting and reading The Drums of Drumnadrochit and Auld Clootie back to back! Brilliant. - Alison Durrens, Canada.
A month ago we visited Loch Ness for holidays and we bought The Drums of Drumnadrochit at the Loch Ness Exhibition Centre. My wife read the book in only a few days, was very enthusiastic and is anxious to read new "adventures", so we would be very happy to receive a copy of Auld Clootie at my address in Germany. - Bert Zandvliet, Germany.