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My new emotive, suspenseful Aberdeen crime novel is Buried in Grief.
What if the loss of a child was not every parent's worst nightmare?
Hamish and Alison wake to some awful news from the police banging at their door, but what if their trauma was only just beginning?
Read how this couple cope with their grief through to a terrifying ending.
Available in Paperback or Kindle and other devices.
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Malcolm Rennie was born in Aberdeen and was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School.
In 1989 he married Tamara Ustinov who is the daughter of actor Peter Ustinov and his first wife Isolde Denham.
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Malcolm Rennie Actor
Malcolm Rennie has appeared in many television programmes and films including:
Mr Selfridge as Fraser
Coronation Street, Doctors and Sherlock as a Judge
Hysteria as Lord St John-Smythe
Softly Softly as PC Perry
The mini TV series Devices and Desires as Mr Mair
The Accountant as Forsyth
The Lenny Henry Show as Sgt Lillie
The 1980 TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice as Mr Collins
The film Ransom as Terry
Monarch of the Glen as McGregor
Midsomer Murders as Alderman
Highlander the TV series as Drimble and another character in another episode as Smythe
His stage work has included coming back to Aberdeen to appear at HMT Theatre as Major Petkoff in the George Bernard Shaw comedy play called Arms And The Man.
Malcolm Rennie has also done TV advertising work which included the Kingswell bread advert.
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Win Two Tickets to see comedian Simon Caine perform his two Edinburgh Fringe shows at the Aberdeen Lemon Tree on the 25th July 2019. This event will start with local North East comic Marc Christie.
Simon's new show, Every Room is a Panic Room (when you overthink enough), is selling out during his Nationwide tour to critical acclaim.
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