William Scott - Novels

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'What is goodness? That is what this is about. Role models these days are so often sportsmen or women, film stars, pops stars, football players, even boxers--extraordinary that we should, as a society, celebrate the ability of one man to render another unconscious, to his peril medically, as often seen. Instead, our role models should be the best people in our society. One such group are the ministers, who are committed to being good in themselves and to encouraging it in others.

"This is one of the best novels I have ever read. Don't be put off by the title or slightly odd cover, this is a beautifully told story. Funny, incredibly sad, with passages of amazing depth."
~ Dr Ray Walker, Bearsden


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© Elenkus: The Bannockburn Year

SUBTITLE: Paradise demolished
A gripping story about two young people from opposing cultures who fall in love and suffer the problem of incompatibilty of these cultures. But they are not ordinary. On the point of decapitation, they discover arguments of international importance. The eastern religion here is invented, though it has certain elements in common with others.


Two world class problems are solved within this novel. The problem of the suicide bomber: what would you say to divert him from blowing up himself and others?


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© Elenkus: A Bute Crucifixion


William Scott is the Author of The Bannockburn Years, a novel which won the Constable Trophy in 1997, published by Luath Press 1998, Edinburgh which attracted critical comment by some scholars most of whom had not read the book and imagined he had not read theirs. Not so! He had even read the sources and rejected theirs. Realizing that current theory was flawed, he set out to investigate the matter fully and prove his conclusions.

" ...a brilliant storyteller ... I shall expect to see your name writ large hereafter."
~ Nigel Tranter


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© Elenkus: Honour Killing in Argyll & Bute