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Argyll’s murderous past explored

BENDERLOCH’S Bookends Festival will explore Argyll’s bloodthirsty past this month.

Lindsay Campbell, the daughter of a police constable, who lives in Kilmore near Oban, has always been fascinated by true historic crime and the human issues behind it, and Argyll has proved fertile ground for a series of three books – so far.

Her first book, Ane Compact of Villany, tells the true story of a gang of outlaws, led by Lachie Campbell, who roamed the hills around Oban and Nether Lorn stealing coins, fishing nets and salmon guns.

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