The Skye in June - A New Novel Spanning from Scotland to San Francisco by San Francisco Author J. Ahern

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A debut mystery novel that begins in Glasgow Scotland and continues in San Francisco during the mid 1950's to the early days of Haight/Ashbury's 60's. The story is rich with nuances of Scottish culture and life in San Francisco.

Fans of mystery novels will enjoy the first offering by San Francisco author J. Ahern. Her debut novel, The Skye in June, published in 2008, is a story about a Scottish family who immigrates to San Francisco in hopes of starting a new life after a family tragedy. The book takes readers through the world of mysticism as the story's young heroine discovers her unusual abilities that ultimately shake her family's very foundation. The story is rich with nuances of Scottish culture and life in San Francisco during the 1950's and early days of the Haight Ashbury 60's.

Reader response to the book on has been overwhelmingly positive, with five-star ratings dominating. The story is written to appeal to a wide audience, however marketing is targeted at women from late teens on up. The Skye in June is soft cover, 375 pages, and can be purchased at or A free sample chapter is available online at


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