The fourth book in Jane Duncan's classic 'My Friend...' series
Born in Scotland in 1910, Jane Duncan spent her childhood in Glasgow, going for holidays to the Black Isle of Inverness. After taking her degree at Glasgow University she moved to England in 1931, and when war broke out she was commissioned in the WAAF and worked in Photographic Intelligence. After the war she moved to the West Indies with her husband, who appears as 'Twice' Alexander in her novels. Shortly after he husband's death, she returned to Jemimaville near Cromarty, not far from her grandparents' croft which inspired the beloved 'Reachfar'. Jane Duncan died in 1976.
What a natural among story-tellers Jane Duncan is and what an honest and lively mind she brings to the tales she quite obviously loves writing ... My Friend Annie has the same refreshing tang as its predecessors Scotsman