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The Ghost of Alice Fields

David Cameron




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Alice Fields - adopted daughter of the Balkans scholar, Professor Popov - dies from a blow to the head precisely a decade after Slobodan Milosevic said to fellow Serbs at a rally: 'No one will ever hit you again.

Poet and newspaper columnist Jude Oswald chances upon the crime scene reconstruction near his Edinburgh home. When he uses his column to accuse the Professor of Alice's murder, his already troubled life goes into freefall.


About the author:

David Cameron grew up in East Kilbride, near Glasgow. His book of stories, Rousseau Moon, was praised by Robert Nye for ‘a quality of verbal alchemy by which it transmutes the base matter of common experience into something like gold’. In 2014 he received the Hennessy Literary Award for poetry. He lives in Ireland with his wife and their three children.


174  pages

ISBN: 978-1-906075-81-1

Greenwich Exchange Category: Novels

Series: None



Other books by David Cameron published by Greenwich Exchange:

Samuel Beckett, The Middle and Later Years




On The Ghost of Alice Fields

... an intelligent and gripping thriller, and so much more. Intense prose and a really great read.

Ron Butlin, Sunday Herald, Books of the Year 2014


On David Cameron's writing ...

Cameron has all the attributes of any good writer, but he has an uncanny gift for recalling the awkwardness of living.

Simon Linnell, The Tablet