Sarah Maine

Sarah Maine was born in the UK but grew up in Canada. Returning to England for university, she studied archaeology as an undergraduate and postgraduate, working as an archaeologist in York for many years. Vacations were spent with family exploring the Scottish coast and latterly lecturing for adventure travel companies in Europe and Canada and she still spends as much time as possible travelling. She loves to write about Scotland but also the places where Scots settled and where the memories of Scotland still linger. She has published three novels and her current project is set in Scotland, New Zealand and Australia.

Sarah’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/sarahmainebooks

Sarah Maine is represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Jenny. For all enquiries contact jenny@jennybrownassociates.com

Books by Sarah Maine

Women of the Dunes
Hodder, July 2018
Sarah Maine - Women of the Dunes
On the rugged, sea-lashed coast of west Scotland lies Ullaness: home to the Scottish legend of Ulla, a Viking woman who washed up on Scottish shores centuries ago. The legend will bring the stories of three different women together…

In AD 800 there is Ulla, lost in a foreign country after her lover is brutally killed. Ellen, a servant-girl in the 1800s, catches the unwanted attentions of the master of the house’s lascivious son. And, in the present day, there is Libby – an archaeologist who is determined to uncover an age-old mystery.
When a body is excavated from Ullaness – the body of someone who was murdered long ago – the mystery deepens, and the fates of the three women become ever more tightly bound.

House Between Tides
Hodder, June 2018
Sarah Maine - The House Between Tides
‘Scotland’s Outer Hebrides provides the sensuous setting for this impressive debut…a beautifully crafted novel.’ – Publishers Weekly
A captivating story of a crumbling estate in the wilds of Scotland, its century-old secret and an enduring mystery.

Following the death of her last living relative, Hetty Deveraux leaves London and her strained relationship behind for Muirlan, her ancestral home in Scotland – now in ruins. As Hetty dives headfirst into the repairs, she discovers a shocking secret protected by the house for a hundred years.
With only whispered rumours circulating among the local villagers and a handful of leads to guide her, Hetty finds the power of the past is still affecting her present in startling ways.

Beyond the Wild River
Hodder & Stoughton, April 2017
North American Rights: Atria/Simon & Schuster

This is a story of betrayal and murder set in the Scottish Borders and in the wilderness of northern Canada.  Evelyn was once close to her father, the philanthropic Charles Ballantyre, but when James Douglas is accused of murder all that changes.  Evelyn’s fears, and the strictures of Victorian society, conceal the truth for five years and it is only when all parties meet again on the turbulent Nipigon river that she learns what really happened that afternoon on the banks of the River Tweed.