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In this evocative series of short stories, Richard Price captures lost childhood, and the demise of the Scottish village as the train line to Glasgow closes and new housing estates and light industry encroach. Scenes from a Scottish rural childhood are portrayed ... stream fishing for brown trout, 'kidnapping' Kenneth - an unpopular local boy; the arrival of his dad's first Ford Capri ... raspberry picking for his mum.
Icons of Renfrewshire are celebrated - IBM, Linwood, the fruit orchard at Craigends House, the Hydro Hotel, the Hillman Imp ... and as a teenager, in a place where everyone knows everyone, nights in high summer are remembered, as voices drift on the breeze, and mates cram into a friend's dad's BMW and measures are taken to avoid the police.
Inevitably as the summer passes, Price conveys the move he knows he must make as he prepares to leave his village and go to London for work.