Scott Matthews, a disillusioned city worker, finds himself being drawn into a bizarre corporate conspiracy. From the ruthless greed of '80's London, to the austere beauty of Western Scotland, Scott begins to unravel the threads of an enigma dating back centuries, while gradually falling under the spell of the mysterious and forbidden Singing Loch. Against all odds, he discovers love, enlightenment, and ultimately a truth more startling than legend.
This is a story about land, about those who own it and about those who dare to trespass upon it. It's about how the loss of wilderness and of our right of access to it threatens the very soul of mankind.
As the tube hurtled its weary way through the darkness, I took a long, hard look at the reflection of a man, in the window, opposite. He was nearing thirty, pale with a lanky sort of b...