Daily Express 5 stars: “… a great book with an exciting denouement that will keep you gripped to the final page.” – Paul Donnelley
There is a long tradition of doctors turning their talents to fiction – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Anton Chekhov, Michael Crichton, Khaled Hosseini and Richard Gordon being among the most prominent. Now another name can be added to the list – Anne Pettigrew is a retired Greenock GP who has written a brilliant murder mystery.
Retired GP beats Covid lockdown with back garden book launch
Anne Pettigrew: Glasgow GP-turned-crime writer digs deep for ‘medical noir’ books
Retired Greenock GP is back with a new novel
Sunday Brunch with Jaffareadstoo ~ Anne Pettigrew
Author interview on US website
Author Interview on Katy Johnson Blog
My Path to Publication – Anne Pettigrew
Retired GP’s debut novel coming to Bloody Scotland
A Scots writer, who has written a 1960s set novel, is to read from it as a Crime Spotlight Author at Bloody Scotland this year.
Retired Greenock GP turned author is up for a major award
Dr Anne Pettigrew has been invited to join big names like First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and top crime writer Ian Rankin at Bloody Scotland to talk about her book ‘Not a Life Imagined’.
Guest blog ‘Advancing women- Opportunity and Respect’
In this guest post author and former GP Anne Pettigrew follows the opportunities for autonomy experienced by the last four generations of women in her family. As she suggests ‘We accepted the norm of chauvinism and #MeToo at work. This generation must not’.
Podcast: Scots Whay Hae
Anne Pettigrew and Ringwood Publishing CEO Sandy Jamieson talk about Scottish publishing today and her journey. With Alistair Braidwood
Clyde Life Issue 48
‘Ambition, Entitlement and Ill-judged sex!’ Review
Scotlandcorrespondent Issue 27
‘A multi-layered dark comedy exploring gender discrimination, sexuality and the power of friendship’ Review.
Largs & Millport Weekly News
‘Female struggle charted in GPs New Book’ Article
‘A Book launch for former GP’s first novel’ Article
‘Retired GP writes novel set in the sixties’ Article