About this book
From the acclaimed author of the internationally bestselling Ava Lee novels, a bold and captivating new novel about a search for lost family and the cost of keeping secrets.
As a boy, Jack Anderson was abandoned by his mother in a Glasgow movie theatre. Now living in the United States and facing his impending retirement, Jack and his wife Anne travel to Scotland to track down his long-lost sister. Their journey takes them from their home in a quiet Boston suburb to the impoverished mill towns of Ayrshire, the gray cobbled streets of Glasgow, and the majestic Scottish Highlands. Along the way, Jack gets entangled in local affairs and must confront uncomfortable truths about family, legacy, and the wife he thought he knew.
Bonnie Jack, the first stand-alone novel by acclaimed author Ian Hamilton, is a compelling story about the importance of family, self-discovery, and the lengths we go to protect the ones we love.
About the Author
IAN HAMILTON is the acclaimed author of fourteen novels in the Ava Lee series and three in the Lost Decades of Uncle Chow Tung series. His books have been shortlisted for numerous prizes, including the Arthur Ellis Award, the Barry Award, and the Lambda Literary Prize, and are national bestsellers. BBC Culture named Hamilton one of the ten mystery/crime writers from the last thirty years who should be on your bookshelf. Bonnie Jack is his first stand-alone novel.
Awards and Praise
PRAISE FOR IAN HAMILTON:
“[Ian Hamilton is] a lively writer with an attentive eye for the details of complicated suspense.”— London Free Press
“Hamilton has a unique gift for concocting sizzling thrillers.” — Edmonton Journal
“Hamilton knows how to keep the pages turning.” — NOW Magazine
“If you want a great read and an education in high-level business dealings, Ian Hamilton is an author to watch.” — Toronto Star
“It’s a measure of Hamilton’s quality as a thriller writer that he compels your attention even before he starts ratcheting up the suspense.” —Regina Leader Post