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Jack windrush
I simply cannot get enough jack and this time period. I do so hope that more will follow as this is an exciting adventure your book takes me to and I feel like I am there. Excellent book
Posted by Roselyn Grodzicki on 05 April 2018
Hi Roselyn,

Many thanks for taking the time to leave a comment on my website. I am very glad that you enjoy Jack Windrush and his band of rogues! I am currently in the process of creating the 5th book in the series and hope to have it published later this year.
Thank you again for your kind comments.
Very best regards
Posted by Malcolm Archibald on 05 April 2018
Windrush Books
Just discovered your Windrush series and I’m hooked ~ very well written, exciting, and believable characters. Hopeful for a 5th book!

Warm regards from the states.
Posted by Elizabeth Lytle-Martinez on 04 April 2018
Hi Elizabeth,

Many thanks for your most welcome comments. It is always good to hear from somebody who enjoys my work! There is indeed a 5th Windrush book in the making. I am working on it now and hope to have it published later this year.

Very best regards
Posted by Malcolm Archibald on 05 April 2018
Dundee at a Glance
Sent an email to Malcolm regarding the book and he responded straight away with an answer! Great read, especially if you are a Dundonian. Full of interesting facts. Worth a read,
Posted by John Sellars on 03 June 2017
Malcolm's Books
I have read numerous books by Malcolm Archibald. He is one of my favorite writers. His books bring everything to life. For instance, in "The Darkest Walk" (a really great book by the way) I could almost "smell" what he was describing. Malcolm is a fantastic writer. Everyone should grab a book by him and just enjoy!
Posted by Sally on 18 March 2015
Good to see that a native Scot is writing about the people. Do you know any McCorquodales? We have been in North Carolina, USA since about 1792 as far as I can ascertain. I will take a look at you work. Best of luck to you.
Posted by Willie McCorquodale on 12 June 2013
Hi Willie
Thank you for visiting my website. I do know a MacCorquadale - different spelling but undoubtedly the same family, somewhere! Lots of Highland Scots went to North Carolina in the 18th century so your ancestors were in good company!
Posted by malcolm archibald on 12 June 2013
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