It's not every day that a writer finds himself penning a tale that explores the very essence of what it is to be human, and, more particularly, a man. What separates us from the rest of the animal kingdom? Is evil the inability to guard the veneer of civilisation we have constructed over time and to resist our most bestial urges? In writing "The Crows of Eildon Hill", I found myself seeking to answer these questions. The story follows a protagonist who deals with a horrific situation the only way he deems morally acceptable and dares the reader to walk in his shoes. It wasn't an easy work of fiction to write, and I suspect it won't make for light reading either.
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