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About edwardchunter

Hello, my name is Edward Hunter. I sit at home in the Dower House on the Strathnuin Estate and scribble about the adventures of my nephew Archie and his father Magnus, my older brother. Thanks to my gammy leg I don’t get to participate in this exciting world so I must content myself with writing about it. You can find my first book Windigo on Amazon

Well…

…this is all a tad silly. I’ve got a blog sitting here and doing absolutely nothing. I suppose my excuse is that I am so incredibly busy these days since my enforced change of life (thank you Magnus) that I … Continue reading

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Limited Time Offer…

You can now download Windigo for just 99c (77p!) from Amazon over the festive period! http://www.amazon.co.uk/Windigo-ebook/dp/B00D3RCBKE/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1370377895&sr=1-2&keywords=windigo

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The Need for Quiet

I’ve been watching a number of these ‘finding a monster’ programmes recently and I have to say that I’m completely mystified. What they are doing essentially is hunting and one of the most important requisites for hunting anything, whether you … Continue reading

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Hmmm, that was odd.

I have just spent the afternoon at a lovely old house organising the gorgeous collection of books they have. It’s a holiday home so I was on my own and time was not pressing. I had tea and a rather … Continue reading

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One of the few…

I’ve been wondering whether to release this or not. One of the few photographs from Archie’s camera which survived. Just an indistinct lump over to the left. Make up your own mind…or read Windigo.

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A Lovely Little Story

It’s perfectly true too…I have some stills from the security cameras somewhere and will dig them out. It happened a few years ago now at a small but busy hospital in the Highlands of Scotland. In the wee small hours the … Continue reading

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More Damn Wind Turbines

I have just learnt that there is to be a huge new wind farm just down the road in the Monadliath Mountains. This is a shocking and unwelcome development. I am unconvinced of their effectiveness and they despoil pristine hill … Continue reading

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