Sanners Gow Tales and Folklore of the Buchan
Twenty six short stories which represent a mere sample of the lifetime writing of Pat Hutchison from Macduff in the North East of Scotland. Written in his native tongue, his stories also channel the legacy of his father and grandfather where storytelling came down through the generations of his family as a way of life.
The collection is a lucky bag of humour, wisdom, myth and mystery from a man who is passionate about the language, customs and heritage of his beloved North East.
These stories are from a writer who has yet to realise the beauty and richness of his contribution to the preservation of the language of his area and this book deserves a place on the bookshelf alongside the cream of North East Scottish writers.
All author royalties for this title go to support Mental Health/Suicide Prevention projects