DARK DOVE by A.C. Stewart

DARK DOVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Hard days from heather time to Hogmanay for the MacNeils, as brother Roddy is driven away from his flock of homing pigeons by his dour, dream-haunted father, the Reverend MacNeil. Meanwhile, daughter Margaret is left at home to earn the family's living working as a librarian for the out of kirk (and therefore suspect) Callum MacKinnon. . . and to practice Christian charity on her father, whose nightmares have a disturbing tendency to come true. A solid core of an idea, but the telling is awkward, the Scots humor inbred, and the romance so stiff you could crack your upper lip on it.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1974
Page count: 192pp
Publisher: S.G. Phillips